Fluctuating hormones, lack of sleep, new responsibilities, a complete change in life and daily schedule – if those aren’t reasons to justify mood swings, I don’t know what are! Putting the joy of a new baby aside, mood swings are common and expected during the 4th trimester. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we
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Articles to support moms through their breastfeeding journey.
It is very common for a partner that is not carrying the baby to feel less emotionally attached during pregnancy, and to take a little more time to bond with the baby after birth, especially when the mother is breastfeeding. Knowing that this is normal, and being committed to showing up for your partner, will
Aside from the physical factors that contribute to a woman’s breastfeeding outcome, community support is one that weighs heavily. March is all about celebrating womanhood and the perfect time to highlight, spread awareness and celebrate how much of an impact we can have on each other’s journey! Whether you are currently pregnant/breastfeeding or are interested
It is a great idea to connect with a Lactation Professional while pregnant to build a connection and begin preparing for your breastfeeding journey. The following questions are a guide to help ensure you are armed with knowledge before you deliver!
I was out to lunch with my mom recently and noticed two parents with a stroller sitting next to us. A quick glance at what I assumed was a newborn, was confirmed by the exhausted yet joyful haze that was present in the parents’ eyes, and my inability to control asking the baby’s age – 8 days old! I praised their venture out and congratulated them on their first baby.
A families’ worry on whether or not their baby is receiving enough milk is probably one of the most frequently reported complaints/fears we hear. It is important to keep in mind that this concern is very common and is a leading reason why moms will stop breastfeeding sooner than they planned. The good news is,
Planning to breastfeed your baby? There is so much to do when preparing for a baby’s arrival, so we created a short list of the absolute must-have breastfeeding items you should have on hand before you deliver, in hopes of taking one thing off your plate. While there are always additional gadgets you can shop
Let’s break down important things to consider, debunk some myths, and provide some tips for moms who plan to breastfeed after breast surgery.
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What's your superpower?
You know you are a breastfeeding mom when you choose what to wear based on how easily accessible your breasts will be.
Nothing makes a mom feel more refreshed than finally getting a full three and a half hours of sleep.