The Partner’s Role in Breastfeeding

June 16, 2016

There are libraries full of resources for moms on breastfeeding and pumping. But the role of the non-birth partner in the breastfeeding journey is often glossed over in books and websites. This lack of information may leave your partner with questions, worries, and uncertainty about where they fit in the unique breastfeeding relationship that exists… 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

Pregnancy and Bonding After Birth

November 16, 2011

After feeling your child grow within you for 9 months, you probably can’t wait to bond with baby after birth. The first moments of eye contact, touching and dialogue between mom and baby are all part the bonding process, which helps establish the foundation of your relationship. However, if complications arise or births don’t go… Read More