• Does Breastfeeding Hurt?

    Does Breastfeeding Hurt?

    The truth is your breastfeeding experience is unique to you. While it’s likely that most moms will experience some breastfeeding discomfort and sensitivity due to sore nipples in the beginning, breastfeeding should not be painful. 
  • The Benefits of Skin-To-Skin Contact

    The Benefits of Skin-To-Skin Contact

    Place your baby, wearing nothing more than a diaper, against your chest, between your bare breasts. You’ll appreciate the peaceful closeness of the moment, and the intimate position allows your baby to enjoy the warmth of your body. As if warm baby snuggles aren’t enough, research shows that skin-to-skin contact has quite a few other benefits.
  • 4 Ways to Support Milk Supply Through Nutrition

    4 Ways to Support Milk Supply Through Nutrition

    Leading health organizations agree that breastmilk represents the nutritional gold standard for infant nutrition and provides infants the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development.  
  • Using A Breastmilk Collector

    Using A Breastmilk Collector

    If you’re breastfeeding, it helps to build a little stash of breastmilk for when you may need to be away from baby. One of the newer ways to do this is to use a breastmilk collector. It can be a super-simple method of collecting some extra breastmilk – without the hassle of pumping!
  • Making the Mind-Milk Connection

    Making the Mind-Milk Connection

    Many new moms find themselves feeling a broad range of emotions about their new role and the responsibilities that go along with it. Combined with the regular stressors and responsibilities of life, it’s easy to see how we can begin to feel overwhelmed.
  • 7 Myths about Breastfeeding

    7 Myths about Breastfeeding

    Myth 1: Breastfeeding is painful. While there can be discomfort while your body’s adjusting, the discomfort will go away before long. In the meantime, there are remedies available so there is no need to suffer! 
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