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If you are anything like me, you struggle every day to provide the best quality of life for your kids. Perhaps you’ve chosen to breastfeed for all its nutritive benefits or perhaps you enjoy the convenience of feeding your baby anytime anywhere. For me, it’s a little bit of both! Whatever your reason, you can’t […]
A lot of mothers have this question – How do I get rid of my breastmilk, if I am not breastfeeding? Many of us suffer from engorged breasts, milk leakage
Breastfeeding a baby is perhaps one of the richest experience for a mom. However, there comes a time when one has to consider weaning the baby, and it can be for a variety of reasons
A breastfeeding mother often faces doubt about whether or not their baby is getting enough breastmilk to drink. Mothers have no indication of their production
There are a lot of misunderstanding and myths about lactose intolerance and breastfeeding. If lactose intolerance runs in your family, you may wonder does breastmilk have lactose.
Many people rely on apple cider vinegar for some ailments and reasons. It is great for bug bites, colds, acid reflux, and more. However, just because your friend uses it
If there is one thing that will freak any new mother, it is finding blood in their breastmilk. However, even though it seems concerning, it is a very common problem.
As a nursing mother, you should be concerned about the amount of breast milk necessary for your 2 month old baby. There are certain short term and long term problems that your baby may develop
While some breastfeeding mothers can get their menstrual cycle back relatively soon, many can go without a period for a few months or even pass a year after birth. Exclusively breastfeeding can hold off your menstrual cycle for an extended period. However, breastfeeding is not a reliable source of birth control because ovulation can take […]
A schedule can be a handy tool to help get your baby into a routine and make family life a bit easier with a baby. If you work outside of the home, making a breastfeeding and pumping schedule can be beneficial.