Many people think that breastfeeding makes babies needy. But babies can’t be needy. They have needs and we are responsible for meeting them.
Postpartum mood disorders are real and can be triggered from past disorders, hormonal changes, environmental stressors and more.
Many people are not prepared for the emotional roller coaster that can come with weaning from breastfeeding.
We know that stress negatively affects so many aspects of our lives, but what role does it play in breastfeeding, pumping and letdown?
With the movement toward cleaner products and organic foods many parents are concerned about whether these toxins pass to their breastmilk.
It’s difficult to know what’s normal and what to expect during the night with your baby when you are sleep deprived.
There are many test kits on the market that will tell you if you milk has too much alcohol or not enough nutrients, but do we need to know this?
The 4th trimester is the 3 months following birth where baby is securest in an environment the mimics the womb.
The most common concern parents have is if their baby is getting enough milk. We’re discussing things you can watch for to know for sure.