MULTIPLE BIRTHS, LINDA LEONARD, NURSING, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

Posted on March 28, 2018. Filed under: Breastfeeding multiplies, Jumelle Twin Tracking App, Quadruplets, quintuplets, raising multiples, simultaneous breast feeding, Triplets, Twins, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Linda Leonard has created an amazing, comprehensive resource regarding multiple births in British Columbia, Canada¬†ūüá®ūüá¶ÔłŹ and beyond. This in depth brochure will be of interest to parents expecting twins or more, grandparents, healthcare professionals, researchers, grieving parents, and any one else with an interest in multiple births. Lots of information and resources re breastfeeding of multiples. I am so excited about this valuable brochure. Check it out here:¬† https://nursing.ubc.ca/pdfs/twinstripletsandmore.pdf

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Preserving Children

Posted on April 2, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

1 grass-grown field
1/2 dozen children (or more)
Several dogs (and puppies, if in season)
One brook
Pebbles
Sticks
Method: Into the field pour children and dogs, allowing to mix well. Poor brook over pebbles till slightly frothy. Gently add sticks. When children are nicely brown, cool in warm tub. When dry, serve with buttermilk, freshly baked bread and jam.
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Recipe for Preserving Children

Posted on December 19, 2016. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

The following Recipe comes from a cookbook my mother had from 1954-55. ¬†The cookbook states that the author “…found this recipe [in a scrapbook], pasted there by my mother, probably half a century ago.” ¬†Interestingly, the author’s name is not listed anywhere in 52-page booklet. ¬†Something she probably did not notice at the time. ¬†Nevertheless, this really cute Recipe lives on approximately 116 years later.

Recipe for Preserving Children

1 grass grown field, 1/2 dozen children (or more).  Several dogs (and puppies, if in season). One brook.  Pebbles.

Method:  Into the field pour children and dogs, allowing to mix well.  Pour brook over pebbles till slightly frothy.  When children are nicely brown, cool in a warm bath.  When dry, serve with buttermilk and freshly baked bread.

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