Author Archives: Lynne-McKensey Hall

Lynne-McKensey Hall
Lynne-McKensey Hall is a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in Sydney. Her private practice as an IBCLC throughout Sydney is motivated by her desire to give mothers the support and options they need to help them maximize their breastfeeding opportunities. Lynne offers help to mothers so that they can provide breast milk to their babies in whatever way want and for however long they want. She provides even more support through her series of 8 booklets Breastfeeding and Baby Matters.

Weaning a toddler takes patience, perseverance & preparation

Weaning a toddler takes patience, perseverance & preparation

First the good news! You actually don’t need to wean a toddler unless you really want to or your toddler is ready to be weaned. Did you know that World Health Organisation (WHO) recommend breastfeeding up to and beyond 2 years of age? In underdeveloped countries in particular this may be a child’s only food & certainly the safest. Meanwhile in Australia I’m sure you can think of any number of people who would be horrified to hear that you are still breastfeeding a toddler. Well guess what! It’s their problem not yours. Using the definition that a toddler is ...

Read More »

Returning to work – ideas to make the juggle easier

Returning to work – ideas to make the juggle easier

If you are preparing to return to work your inner voice may be saying –yeh hah back to work! Adult conversation and hot coffee! Or, perhaps the inner voice is saying ‘are you mad?? How are you going to get organised? Hopefully you have your day care, babysitting sorted and are feeling comfortable and confident with what you have chosen. It may not stop the tears or the ‘guilts ’you may experience on your the first day back at work but hopefully you will feel reassured with the choices you have made about the care/school for your children.   My ...

Read More »
Please be aware that the information is made available for educational purposes only, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. You must exercise your own due diligence before implementing any recommendation and/or purchasing any product. Judith-Rose Max and Happy Parenting are exempt of any and all responsibility associated with misuse or your own interpretation. Do not delay seeking medical or professional advice. You acknowledge and agree that the above warnings and disclaimers shall apply to all content and that you take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing.
Scroll To Top