Category Archives: Resources

Breastfeeding Support

Even if it takes some work to get the hang of it, breastfeeding is an inherent skill that you’re biologically programmed for. However, it can definitely help to surround yourself with support. You can join a breastfeeding support group, opt for peer one-on-one counseling, consult a lactation specialist, and ask your healthcare provider for help. You’ll find that lots of

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Storing Your Breastmilk

Often, it seems like you’ve just gotten the hang of breastfeeding when it’s time to return to work. And sometimes, even if you don’t work away from the house, you just need to get out and take a break sometimes. That’s how mommies stay sane! It really does take a village to raise a child, and it’s totally fine to

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Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk?

So much of breastfeeding is about confidence. It’s about having confidence in your baby’s natural need to nurse, confidence in your body’s ability to create sustenance, and confidence, or maybe just faith, in yourself that you’ll be able to push through any obstacles. Yet, for many of us, confidence is a difficult trait and adding infants to the mix doesn’t

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What’s Tandem Nursing?

So, you’re breastfeeding your child right now and loving it, but you have another baby on the way. What are you supposed to do now? A flood of questions is undoubtedly bothering you. Can you keep breastfeeding? Will your milk taste the same to your child? Will your new baby have enough milk if you’re trying to nurse both? The

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