Being inclusive is vital for all people who are breastfeeding, chestfeeding or body feeding to get the support that they need for success.
Empower yourself by knowing the breastfeeding laws in your state and how these laws need to be improved to better protect breastfeeders.
Have you gotten breastfeeding information from your doctor that sounded wrong? We want to trust the information that our doctors give us but they do not get extensive lactation training in medical school. We’re discussing some of the information that you can flush down the toilet.
Breastleeping is a term coined by Dr. James McKenna to acknowledge that breastfeeding and bedsharing are interdependent and that we must provide information and resources for parents to safely cosleep.
There’s so much parenting advice out there in this age of information. How can we know what to do? We read, talk to others, consider our child’s age and personality and do what we think is best with the information that we have.
Pumping can involve a learning curve and we can feel like we are not pumping enough for our babies while we are away. Here are some tips to increase the amount of milk you pump!
Whether you are struggling to get back into the sex swing of things or your hormones are raging and you can’t get enough, you are not alone!
What’s your sleep set up? Do you co-sleep? Do you bed-share? Side car crib? Double mattresses? There are so many options to keep your baby close, safe and comfortable. We’re talking about setting up a safe sleep space for you and your baby on the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast!
Have you experienced feelings of irritation, anxiety, anger, disgust, revulsion and a strong desire to unlatch when breastfeeding? Possibly during pregnancy, tandem nursing or around ovulation? This episode is all about breastfeeding aversion and you might relate!
Almost anything is normal when it comes to your period after birth and while breastfeeding. Some people get it back quickly and others can take a long time. Your situation is unique to your body and it’s all variations of normal!