Babble Soft offers web and mobile software tools that facilitate communication between caregivers by enabling them to record information about feedings,baby sleep, diaper changes, medicine intake, and immunization records as well as provides breastfeeding support, pumping, and medicine dose schedules for Mom.
Post C-Section Breastfeeding Concerns
Published on April 19, 2008 By babblesoft In Parenting

Our son Jacob was born via unplanned C-section after a long and arduous labor.  While in the hospital, I was asked to keep track of feeding and diaper activities using paper hospital forms.  Instead I found an online tool called Baby Insights that helps track baby sleep, breastfeeding, bottle feeding, pumping and medical information for mom and baby.

Jacob's pediatrician recommended formula supplementation as I was concerned about breastfeeding and my intake of medication following the c-section. My milk did not fully come in for a week, and with breastfeeding, pumping and formula, Baby Insights was helpful in keeping track of Jacob's feeding and my medicine schedule.

With Baby Insights I really liked the fact that I could go to one place and see all our information at a glance. I wish I had bought a PDA or smart phone before Jacob was born to make entering the information easier! 

Babble Soft offers unique, easy-to-use Web and Mobile software solutions that improve communication between new parents and other caregivers about baby’s and mom’s schedules. Baby Insights helps caregivers keep track of and gain insight into baby’s breast & bottle feeding, sleep patterns, diaper changes, medicine intake, and immunization records, as well as mom’s breastfeeding, pumping and medicine intake. Having important information stored in one location makes communication between parents, their nanny, babysitters, grandparents, or doctors seamless and reliable and helps with crucial baby care decisions. Baby Say Cheese lets you create a wonderful online baby’s first year photo album with milestones and family tree that you can share with friends and family.

on Apr 19, 2008
I don't know if you are a spammer or what, but the best thing you can do at this point is find a nursing supplementer. It's a device you can wear that allows your infant to "nurse" at your breast, and receive formula. This teaches your infant to nurse, and encourages your body to make milk.

You will eventually find that you no longer need it and will be able to nourish your baby entirely with breast milk.
on Apr 19, 2008
Sounds like just spam to me. Unfortunately. My wife had post c-section breastfeeding concerns for real, so the title caught my eye.

My wife also suggests that in all her reading of birth stories, she hasn't yet come across the word 'arduous' to describe labor...
on Apr 30, 2008

I am simply not convinced to accept it as any other case of spamming since Baby Insights and Baby Say Cheese are gifts to new parents community from its makers that act as a viable alternative to pen and paper. Even I have seen it making the lives of so many working parents quite easier and worry free while leaving their baby in the care of a nanny, a babysitter or any other family member as the useful baby information available on it in recorded form will guide them in making better informed decisions for the baby.