Babies are expected to self-soothe but we don’t see breastfeeding as a method of self-soothing that leads to other forms when developmentally appropriate.
We all develop expectations when we become parents. But these expectations are often not practical and lead to feeling disappointed in our experiences.
The AAP recommendations, Roe v Wade, the Pumping Act and the formula shortage are coming together to put parents in an impossible place.
Should you let your baby sleep? Or should you wake them to eat? If so, how often? We are going to set the record straight.
Some might think oversupply is a good thing, but it can actually cause problems for the breastfeeding parent.
Milk storage guidelines are confusing and sometimes the guidelines are not based on reliable science, but we’re setting it straight today!