Managing Holiday Stress + Breastfeeding

November 22, 2013

While the holiday season is supposed to be a time for reconnecting with loved ones, creating magical memories, and savoring some quality time at home, it can also mean unneeded stress. Between entertaining, gift-giving, traveling to see family, and other obligations, it’s no mystery as to why lots of people get frazzled during this busy… Read More

Extended Breastfeeding: Nursing Beyond a Year

July 8, 2013

We all remember the “Are You Mom Enough?” cover of Time Magazine in May 2012, featuring model Jamie Lynne Grumet breastfeeding her 3-year-old son. It caused a media and mommy uproar over nursing beyond the first year, also known as extended breastfeeding. But whether or not you do it, extended breastfeeding is exceedingly common around… Read More

Responding To Breastfeeding Criticism

June 27, 2012

Breastfeeding is the most natural and nourishing way for a mom to bond with her baby. Unfortunately, despite the countless health benefits, some moms become targets for breastfeeding criticism. Whether you chose to breastfeed in public, or believe extended breastfeeding is best for your toddler, we’ve got the tools to help you overcome any breastfeeding… Read More

Tips for Breastfeeding In Public

April 10, 2012

Breastfeeding is one of the most natural connections between you and your baby, so it’s no wonder many moms choose to breastfeed in public. However, breastfeeding moms sometimes experience criticism for making that decision. It’s important to stay confident and know your rights about breastfeeding in public. Laws About Breastfeeding In Public 45 states have… Read More