Making a plan for breastfeeding to go a certain way is normal. But when they don’t go that way we can feel guilty and like a failure.
Bed-sharing can be done safely by following simple guidelines. It can help you and your baby get more sleep!
Reaching developmental milestones can affect breastfeeding behavior, but it is not automatically a breastfeeding problem.
Our birth experiences can sometimes be unexpected or even traumatic. This can affect how we get stated with breastfeeding.
Milk storage guidelines are confusing and sometimes the guidelines are not based on reliable science, but we’re setting it straight today!
Everyone worries about their baby gaining weight. We are talking about normal weight gain with breastfed babies and when to intervene.
Teething can be a painful stage for your baby that can lead to biting behaviors. There are things you can do to help you reach your breastfeeding goals.
There is so much information that circulates about breastfeeding that we’re totally overwhelmed. Are there things we just don’t need to know?
Your milk supply is resilient and strong. Most of what we think will decrease our supply will not. We’re sharing what will.
We cannot measure how much breastmilk our babies drink from the breast so how can we know if they are getting enough?