In Good Company: Famous People Born Prematurely

November 8, 2016

When your child is born premature, it’s normal to feel isolated – like you’re the only one going through the emotional rollercoaster of the NICU. But you are not alone, and neither is your little one. Every year, about 1 in 10 babies born in the United States is born prematurely. And while any baby… Read More

Breastfeeding: Expectations Vs. Reality

October 27, 2016

Breastfeeding is amazing. It provides our babies with a nutritionally perfect food that nourishes them from day one. So of course we love seeing breastfeeding normalized – whether through photos on news sites or the latest celebrity “brelfie.” But let’s be honest, breastfeeding in real life is a lot different from the images we see… Read More

5 Ways Breastfeeding Is Good For You

October 11, 2016

The physical, mental, and emotional benefits of breastfeeding for moms  You’ve probably heard all about the amazing benefits of breastfeeding when it comes to your baby’s health. Like providing antibodies that protect your newborn from infections, lowering his or her risk of developing illnesses later in life, and so much more. And while anything that… Read More

Feeling Overwhelmed with a Fussy Infant?

September 21, 2016

If there’s one thing you expect as a new parent, it’s that your little one will cry. Babies cry because it’s their only way of communicating. But some babies cry for hours on end, and it’s easy for parents to feel overwhelmed by this new, fussy baby. Why Your Baby is Crying It’s all too… Read More

6 Common Breastfeeding Myths, Busted

September 6, 2016

The realm of pregnancy and child birth is flush with old-wives’ tales and myths that transcend generations. So it’s not surprising that many new moms are told myths about breastfeeding as well. We’re here to bust some of the most common breastfeeding myths. Forget about toughening up your nipples, we’ve got the facts. 1. It’s… Read More