To celebrate National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, we gathered up some of our favorite items to help you through your nursing journey – plus we are giving them away!
Posts Tagged: breastfeeding
How you want to feed your baby really depends on you and your baby’s needs and lifestyle. Take the route that makes you and your baby happy!
We get it – breastfeeding is hard! We’ve got answers to your questions to help make your nursing journey easier.
As a momma of three busy boys, mornings can become a bit hectic. Three outfits, three breakfasts, three sets of teeth to help brush. Plus myself! Sometimes I am rushing out of the door, searching for one son’s backpack, my left shoe and my keys when I realize … I didn’t feed myself. Many folks… Read more »
Medela, maker of breast pumps, breast milk feeding products and more, recently introduced a new skill for Amazon Alexa. Now, breastfeeding moms can simply enable the skill and then ask Alexa for help with common questions about breastfeeding, storing breast milk, breast pumping and more. Answers have been developed by board-certified lactation consultants. Don’t have… Read more »
August is National Breastfeeding Month. In recognition of the health benefits to women and infants, Dr. Lorna C. Shepherd, Chair for the Union Institute and University Master of Arts Online Program Health & Wellness and Bachelor of Science Maternal & Child Health Program, shares 10 reasons to breastfeed. Decreases incidence or severity of infectious… Read more »
New moms are well aware of the benefits of breastfeeding their newborns, but there are times when it can feel like an exercise in torture if Baby doesn’t latch correctly. That doesn’t necessarily mean you and your baby are doing it wrong. He might simply have ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie, in which the band of tissue… Read more »
Whether you’re new to breastfeeding or not, you may run into some issues. We’ve got the answers!
You’re headed back to work, leaving your breast-fed baby behind. Here are some tips to help you be successful with pumping at work.
Nursing a baby? Be aware that what you take in is what he takes in, too.