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
The Spilled Milk
Articles to support moms through their breastfeeding journey.
Let’s break down important things to consider, debunk some myths, and provide some tips for moms who plan to breastfeed after breast surgery.
The day has come. It’s time to meet your little one. The first 48 hours are packed with emotions, information and most likely exhaustion from giving birth and the around the clock care your little human requires. You have so many questions and concerns about things you didn’t even think to ask. Let’s walk you through this.
Pumping is serious business, and breastfeeding moms often wonder, “How can we make this more bearable or more efficient?” A quick search will lead you to find instructions on hands on pumping to increase your milk production and/or cut down on the tedious job of pumping. But, what exactly is hands on pumping and why
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) can be an overwhelming place. It’s the one place you hope and pray you never get to see. Its unfamiliar sounds and lights can be stressful to families. Here are some tips to help make the NICU a warm place to provide milk for your baby.
Imalac is so grateful to the breastfeeding moms who participated in our clinical trial, eager to help more moms reach their lactation goals. During the clinical trial, these moms pumped with and without the Nurture Massager, collecting samples of their milk at multiple times during the day, recording results, and safely freezing it, so that
Moms from all over the world get breastfeeding advice that derives from old-wives’ tales or misinformation, but in fact your breasts don’t need preparation! Your body is doing the work for you already.
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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.