We are discussing the pathways to becoming an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) to support others in their lactation journey!
It’s common to worry about your health as a new parent and many of us want to lose weight, but we worry about how this will affect our milk supply.
Babies born pre term or late pre term have a unique set of struggles getting started with breastfeeding.
It is possible to be confused by the changing breastfeeding behavior of our babies and to find yourself accidentally weaning.
We worry so much when our babies are gassy that we start to look for any reason it could be happening and usually breastmilk is to blame.
Our mental health begins in infancy and what we experience as infants affects our mental health for the rest of our lives.
Listen in for some more tips and information about what to do when night time comes around
and you just want to hold on to whatever sanity you have left.
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.