• Breastfeeding Twins and Pumping

    Breastfeeding Twins and Pumping

    One of the biggest concerns when it comes to breastfeeding twins is "will I produce enough breastmilk for both babies?" For some moms this is a reason that it is recommended to pump after breastfeeding your twins.
  • What to Expect as a Breastfeeding Mom

    What to Expect as a Breastfeeding Mom

    Every breastfeeding mom's experience is unique. Yet, many women have similar questions and common concerns. Here is some practical guidance.
  • Can I Take Medicine while Breastfeeding?

    Can I Take Medicine while Breastfeeding?

    Whatever a mother puts in her body will find its way into her breastmilk, so it's understandable that moms are concerned about taking medicine - including over-the-counter (OTC) drugs - while breastfeeding.
  • The Best Time to Learn About Breastfeeding

    The Best Time to Learn About Breastfeeding

    As a mom-to-be, sometimes it can feel like there's no end to decisions you have to make -  baby names, registries, nursery colors, and more!  One of the most important decisions will focus on how you plan to feed your new baby.
  • What is mastitis?

    What is mastitis?

    It sounds unpleasant...and it is. As you know, we love breastfeeding and everything about it.  Well, mostly everything.  We don’t love mastitis.  It’s a breast infection that generally affects one breast at a time and most often occurs within the first 2-3 weeks of breastfeeding.  However, it can occur throughout your breastfeeding journey.  Luckily, mastitis does not have to mean...
  • The Early Days of Breastfeeding

    The Early Days of Breastfeeding

    Babies who are nursed within the first hour of birth are generally more successful at breastfeeding.
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