There are many unique challenges that parents face when birthing, breastfeeding and transitioning to parenthood during a pandemic.
Breastfeeding has the potential to greatly reduce packaging waste, reduce greenhouse gases, save water and save energy.
Breastfeeding a new baby creates so many changes within ourselves and with our bodies. It also changes the relationships we have with others.
The first days with a new baby are filled with emotions, chaos and so many changes. These are days where you need support and information!
Bottle feeding works differently for a baby’s mouth, face and body from breastfeeding. It’s not easier even though we often think this.
Low milk supply happens for many reasons and we discuss ways in which you can manage and maintain your breastfeeding relationship.
We are addressing myths surrounding formula so that you can make an informed decision about feeding for your family.
Most breastfeeding parents will question whether or not they are making enough milk for their babies. We’ll discuss common myths.
Were you separated from your baby after they were born? Did you have a premature baby, or a baby who needed special care after delivery? How did this affect you and your breastfeeding relationship? Let’s talk more about this important issue on today’s episode.
It is possible to breastfeed after a period of time that you were exclusively pumping. Here is how you can manage the transition.