• Breastfeeding in Public

    Breastfeeding in Public

    For breastfeeding to be successful, you will need to nurse your baby frequently and sometimes at a moment's notice.
  • Teething and Biting when Breastfeeding

    Teething and Biting when Breastfeeding

    Teething can be very painful for babies. It's normal for your baby to want to bite down or rub her swollen gums on something for relief...
  • Benefits of Breastfeeding Past 6 Months

    Benefits of Breastfeeding Past 6 Months

    You and baby will have increased health benefits when you breastfeed past 6 months! Benefits of breastfeeding for mom include a reduced risk for breast cancer, ovarian cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Research has shown that the longer a woman breastfeeds, the less likely she is to get these conditions or diseases, or the less severe it will be. While breastfeeding doesn’t make you...
  • Nursing Strike

    Nursing Strike

    Nursing strikes happen when your baby is so distracted by all her new discoveries that she seems disinterested in nursing and may refuse the breast.
  • Cluster Feeding

    Cluster Feeding

    Babies do not come with an instruction manual and they are figuring things out just like you! Babies need to feed very often, especially in the early weeks and months as they teach your body how much milk to make and also get the nutrients they need to grow and develop. When baby has the instinct to feed and be close to mom, it...
  • What's A Nipple Shield and Do I Need One?

    What's A Nipple Shield and Do I Need One?

    A nipple shield is a breastfeeding accessory that can help moms overcome common breastfeeding challenges.
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