There are many myths and misconceptions about breast milk and nursing a baby. From worries about breast size, to concerns about making enough milk, to confusion about how to start solids, here are some common breastfeeding myths.
Nutritional needs change during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and it is important for women to understand how their diet can promote the healthy growth of their babies. From essential nutrients, to prenatal vitamins and supplements, to consuming a balanced diet, read on to find out more about what nutrients are important during pregnancy and beyond.
All newborns need their mother’s loving touch and nurturing support. Infants are born with an instinctive nature to find moms breast and feed, but not every child is the same. Infants are all unique and some babies will need some extra help with feeding.
Babywearing can safely be done with your child, and it can be such an enjoyable bonding experience for both parent and baby. We’re going to talk about all things babywearing, including breastfeeding while babywearing…Yes, that’s possible too!
Making the choice to breastfeed is an individual decision dependent on a number of factors - but if you plan to breastfeed your little one, be sure to stock up on all the essentials while you’re pregnant!
Breastfeeding is a wonderful way for mothers to bond with their babies and provide the best nourishment for their growing little ones - but breastfeeding a baby can also be a huge challenge! One common problem many mothers face during their breastfeeding experience is dealing with a clogged milk duct.