10 Ways You Might be Mom-Shaming

July 18, 2017

The Mommy Wars. Mom-on-mom hate. Mom-shaming. It’s all the same thing and it’s running rampant at your neighborhood park, it’s rearing its ugly face on Facebook, and is overheard in grocery store checkout lines and yoga studios around the country. Mom-shaming is bullying other moms for their parenting choices in subtle (and sometimes not so… Read More

6 Tips for Finding “Me” Time

July 12, 2017

Spending time with your baby is wonderful. It’s one of the most rewarding and special parts of motherhood. But it’s also important to spend time on YOU, de-stressing and taking care of yourself. And not just running out to get a haircut or to pick up groceries. We’re talking about the bubble bath, getting lost… Read More

9 Tips for Breastfeeding on Vacation

June 14, 2017

Is there anything more relaxing than a good vacation? The best vacations are full of poolside lounging, trying new and tasty foods (and drinks!), and going on exciting adventures. So, when you’re a breastfeeding mom, it’s important to do a little extra planning before you go so you can truly relax while you’re away. With… Read More

5 Tips for Using Up Surplus Breast Milk

June 7, 2017

Not every mom is fortunate enough to have a surplus of breast milk. But if you’re pumping milk and realize you’re producing more than you need to feed your baby, or if you find yourself at the end of your journey with a freezer full of milk, consider these ideas for putting that hard-earned liquid… Read More

12 Reasons to See a Lactation Consultant

May 28, 2017

Breastfeeding is a skill that needs to be learned. It takes practice and patience by both mom and baby to get into the swing of things. And during this learning process, many new moms have a lot of questions. Questions like, “Am I doing this right?” “Is my baby getting enough milk?” and “Should it… Read More