Mastering the Breastfeeding Latch

March 29, 2016

Many new moms think breastfeeding is something that just happens instinctually. And while breastfeeding is a completely natural process for you and your baby, it can also take patience and practice to get into the swing of things. A successful breastfeeding latch means your little one will get as much breast milk as he needs,… Read More

The Love Hormone + Bonding With Baby

February 9, 2016

After carrying your baby for nine months, it’s no surprise you love them more than you could ever imagine. There are millions of reasons you’re head over heels for your baby. From the bonding you felt during pregnancy to finally looking into their perfect eyes (not to mention those little toes, that chubby belly, and… Read More

How to Pump While Continuing to Breastfeed

January 26, 2016

If you’re like many new moms (and soon to be new moms!), you may be wondering how you can pump milk to leave for your baby while you’re away, while still continuing to breastfeed regularly. Whether you’re returning to work or school, or just want to build up a supply for later, the idea remains… Read More

3 Reasons Babies Seem to Lose Interest in Breastfeeding

January 19, 2016

Do you feel like your baby is losing interest in breastfeeding? It’s not uncommon for some moms to feel this way at some point in their breastfeeding journey, and there are various reasons why it can happen. Before you assume your little one is weaning, explore other possible causes. These are just a few reasons… Read More

Working Through a Breastfeeding Rough Patch

January 12, 2016

Breastfeeding can be hard! But, it’s also one of the most important and rewarding things a mom will ever do. And sometimes, even the most experienced moms will hit a rough patch. Some women experience painful conditions like sore nipples, plugged ducts, or mastitis. Others may have milk supply problems, feel exhausted, or feel like… Read More