Celebrate National Breastfeeding Month With Us!

August 2, 2016

2016 marks the fifth year since the United States Breastfeeding Committee declared August as National Breastfeeding Month (NBM): an observance dedicated to improving the nation’s health by working collaboratively to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding. Medela’s driving force as a company is to enhance mother and baby health through the life-giving benefits of breast milk,… Read More

15 Affirmations Every Breastfeeding Mom Needs To Hear

December 21, 2015

Every now and then, it’s important to step back, take a breath, and look around at all the good things in your life: your family, your friends, your home, and of course, your ability to provide the best possible health and nutrition for your little one. Whether you exclusively breastfeed, exclusively pump, or do a… Read More

Getting Creative With Breastmilk: What to do With a Surplus

March 5, 2014

Not all moms are fortunate enough to be able to build a surplus of breastmilk when pumping for their little one, but if you find yourself with an overflowing freezer or are just looking for different ways to utilize your stash, here are some ideas for how to put that liquid gold to good use:… Read More

How Your Diet Affects Your Breastmilk

November 6, 2013

Throughout your breastfeeding journey, your breastmilk is uniquely suited to meet the changing nutritional needs of your growing baby. Because breastmilk is created by taking nutrients already present in your bloodstream, you don’t need to worry about eating the perfect foods or drastically altering your diet in order to breastfeed. Your body will combine the exact… Read More

New Research on Baby Brains Sheds Light on Breastfeeding Benefits

August 8, 2013

Breastfeeding your baby is one of the greatest gifts you can give your little one. This touching experience benefits infant growth and development in countless ways. A recent study from Brown University suggests children who are breastfed exclusively for at least three months after birth have greater development in key parts of the brain compared… Read More