5 Ways Breastfeeding Is Good For You

October 11, 2016

The physical, mental, and emotional benefits of breastfeeding for moms  You’ve probably heard all about the amazing benefits of breastfeeding when it comes to your baby’s health. Like providing antibodies that protect your newborn from infections, lowering his or her risk of developing illnesses later in life, and so much more. And while anything that… Read More

6 Common Breastfeeding Myths, Busted

September 6, 2016

The realm of pregnancy and child birth is flush with old-wives’ tales and myths that transcend generations. So it’s not surprising that many new moms are told myths about breastfeeding as well. We’re here to bust some of the most common breastfeeding myths. Forget about toughening up your nipples, we’ve got the facts. 1. It’s… Read More

Preventing + Treating Sore Nipples

June 28, 2016

Sore or tender nipples can be a roadblock in your breastfeeding journey. This experience can be deflating and seem helpless, and sometimes even cause moms to stop breastfeeding altogether. Thankfully, if you can effectively determine the cause and treatment, you can prevent it from recurring. To get you started, we’ve outlined the most common causes… Read More

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

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