Nursing aversion is a negative feeling while breastfeeding your child. It’s causes and interventions remain mostly unknown.
The shape and size of your breasts and nipples do not mean you cannot breastfeed. We have tips to help get a good latch.
Shame seems to be everywhere when it comes to breastfeeding, chestfeeding, bottle feeding or any other parenting decisions. How do we handle it and what can we do to bing more positivity to our experiences?
We’re correcting all of the misinformation about nursing while pregnant and tandem nursing.
You may have been told by your doctor, dentist or someone in a Facebook group that your baby has a tongue tie. But it’s very important to get this assessed by a lactation consultant and to investigate whether or not this is impacting breastfeeding before deciding on a revision.
You can breastfeed successfully after a cesarean birth and the right information can help you manage any hurdles that you might run into.
Being inclusive is vital for all people who are breastfeeding, chestfeeding or body feeding to get the support that they need for success.