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?
Melatonin is a hormone that plays a role in sleep. Babies do not make their own melatonin, they get it from our breastmilk!
We are often told to schedule the feedings for our babies, but for breastfed babies timed feeds can be detrimental to our success.
Breastfeeding is hard and can lead to so much loneliness and confusion. But there are things you can do to make it easier.
Bottle feeding is absolutely necessary if you need to spend time away from your baby, but we are never taught how to properly feed with them.
Social media is a great way to connect with others, but the information being spread around is not always reliable.
There are many unreliable signs that people follow to determine if breastfeeding is going well. We are sharing the reliable signs.
Growth charts and percentiles are a main conversation point in your pediatrician’s office, but they might cause more worry than necessary.
Concerns about foremilk and hindmilk are unwarranted because your body makes the perfect milk for your baby.