Manual vs. Electric Breast Pump

Manual vs. Electric Breast Pump

Breast pumps are a great commodity to have with a little one- whether you’re looking to relieve engorgement, feed a NICU baby, go back to work, share feeding with Dad, or build milk supply. Whether you need an electric pump or manual is a common question amongst first time shoppers. Manual pump pros: With a [Read More….]

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Relieving pain from breastfeeding.

Relieving Pain From Breastfeeding

Adequate preparation can thwart issues that may cause breast discomfort and deter a new mother from continuing to breastfeed.  Relieving pain from breastfeeding and engorgement is important for adhering to full-term nursing.  According to an online publication by Medela, engorgement occurs within the first few days after delivery and is a result of the body’s [Read More….]

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Breastfeeding tips and tricks

Breastfeeding 101: Tips and Tricks

Are you seeking some professional advice where breastfeeding is concerned?  First, remember that milk production is based on supply and demand.  The more you nurse or pump to express breast milk the more milk your body will produce.  Mayo Clinic has outlined some suggestions for breastfeeding 101, tips and tricks that can improve your odds [Read More….]

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Hands-free breast pump

Tips for Hands-Free Expression

Let’s face it; there is no denying that new moms are always busy! If you’re dreaming of knocking out your chores while simultaneously pumping then make your dreams a reality today. Say goodbye to your stretched out elastic hair bands. Quit rummaging in your junk drawer for spare rubber bands. There is no need for [Read More….]

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Measuring nursing bra size.

Measuring Nursing Bra Size

Having a proper fitting bra is very important, especially for nursing mothers.  Wearing an ill-fitting bra can lead to damage of breast tissue, poor posture, and back pain.  Measuring a nursing bra size is best done in a store for an expert fitting service and the opportunity to try on various bras.  However, gauging an [Read More….]

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Breastfeeding in public

#BoobsAreForFeedingBabies

Breastfeeding in public is legal in almost every U.S. state. In fact, most states have enacted laws that not only allow for public breastfeeding but also protect a woman’s right to breastfeed in any public or private space.  These protective laws are commonly known yet women are continually being told to cover up or move [Read More….]

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What to pack in your hospital bag

What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag

Preparing items to grab quickly for your delivery stay is a great way to ensure you’ll have the things you need while giving birth.  Readiness will also reduce anxiety and stress, giving your mind freedom to focus on the arrival of your new baby.  So how do you determine what to pack in your hospital [Read More….]

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Building Up Your Breast Milk Stash When Heading Back to Work

If you’re preparing to return to the work force, but are still breastfeeding, you may be concerned about building up your breast milk stash when heading back to work.  Once separation occurs between mom and baby, a caregiver will be responsible for feedings during the time apart so having an adequate supply of breast milk [Read More….]

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Skin-to-Skin Isn’t Just for Moms

Skin-to-Skin contact is very important especially after delivery.  Typically we think of this as bonding time that occurs between mothers and newborns established through breastfeeding.  However, new research suggests that skin-to-skin contact isn’t just for moms, but dads can also benefit from bonding with their baby in this manner. Researchers have found that newborns cry [Read More….]

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Cramps during pregnancy

Cramping During Pregnancy

If you’re experiencing cramping during pregnancy and wonder what it can mean, it may be helpful to broaden your understanding of possible causes before contacting a healthcare professional. The most likely explanation for lower abdominal cramping is round ligament pain which can occur as the muscles and ligaments supporting the uterus expand to accommodate your [Read More….]

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