We cannot measure how much breastmilk our babies drink from the breast so how can we know if they are getting enough?
Melatonin is a hormone that plays a role in sleep. Babies do not make their own melatonin, they get it from our breastmilk!
We are often told to schedule the feedings for our babies, but for breastfed babies timed feeds can be detrimental to our success.
We’re discussing how breastmilk is made in our bodies and reliable ways in which supply can be increased when needed.