5 Tips for Moms Who Breast Pump at Work

Many women think that breastfeeding ends once they return to work, but this isn’t the case. Pumping is a great way to keep your milk supply flowing by expressing milk during the day, and it ensures that your baby always has a bottle of mommy’s best. Your child will get all the proper nutrients and … Continued

5 Tips for Handling the Social Pressures of Nursing In Public

Breastfeeding in public is a very hot topic these days. However, it seems to me that many  are overlooking the long list of critically-important health benefits for mom and baby that outweigh all arguments, and instead are concentrating more on whether or not nursing mothers have the “right” to nurse in public. In fact, it … Continued

What to Expect the First 2 Weeks of Breastfeeding

I found this great article on what to expect during the first 2 weeks of breastfeeding on askthelactationconsultant.com. She consistently gives great advice on breastfeeding topics most people do not talk about. I love this article because there are links to find out more if you want to know it. I hope this helps shed some light … Continued

Get the Breastfeeding Help You Need

When you have a baby, you take time to carefully choose your OB/GYN and your baby’s pediatrician. But it is equally important to make sure that you have a breastfeeding professional lined up to help you after your baby is born. Ideally, you want to find an IBCLC. What Is an IBCLC? That’s a great … Continued