When you need to go back to work and your baby is refusing to take a bottle this can add a tremendous amount of stress to an already stressful situation.
We are addressing myths surrounding formula so that you can make an informed decision about feeding for your family.
It is possible to breastfeed after a period of time that you were exclusively pumping. Here is how you can manage the transition.
We are often told to schedule the feedings for our babies, but for breastfed babies timed feeds can be detrimental to our success.
Bottle feeding is absolutely necessary if you need to spend time away from your baby, but we are never taught how to properly feed with them.
Breastfeeding and bottle feeding are so different from each other. Both take time to learn!
This week on the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast, Dianne and Abby are discussing bonding without a bottle. What ways can people in your life bond with your baby without feeding him or her a bottle?
This week on the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast, Abby is interviewing Sarah, a breastfeeding mother who works full time in a demanding, fast paced job. Sarah is going to tell us how she deals with pumping at work, and how breastfeeding has impacted her and her family through the past few months.
This week, Dianne and Abby take on the topic of night feeds. Is it normal? Is your supply low? Is this something that will go on forever? Are you being punished for something? Listen this week and get the answers to all of those questions and much, much more.
This week, Dianne and Abby talk about breastfed babies spitting up – after feeds, during feeds, when they burp…or whenever. This is something that many babies will do at some point, and I think all mamas worry when their baby spits up. Be sure to listen!