Do I Have to Schedule Breastfeeding Sessions?
My baby has no set breastfeeding schedule – am I doing something wrong?
Granted one of the biggest challenges to becoming a new Mama is the unknown. It’s downright terrifying! Many of us are determined or pressured to establish a predictable nursing schedule as soon as possible to regain some semblance of control in our lives.
Is It Normal To Experience Pain Breastfeeding?
You’ve probably heard this common myth: It’s normal for breastfeeding in the first week or so after delivery to be painful?
This is absolutely not true! A bit of tenderness perhaps but breastfeeding certainly should not hurt!
Is It Safe To Breastfeed When I’m Sick?
Myth: If you get sick you shouldn’t breastfeed.
This is one of those counter-intuitive situations- we immediately want to protect and prevent our nurselings from picking up whatever we’ve been exposed to BUT the best way to actually protect them from getting sick is to continue nursing!
Mamas re-entering the workforce or those who pump their breastmilk for a variety of reasons are often curious about whether long-term freezer storage of breastmilk will compromise milk composition and quality.
Does my breastfed baby need water in hot weather?
Breastfeeding myths busted!
It’s our favourite day of the week – Myth Bustin’ Monday!
Q: Mercury is rising and it’s hot outside! Should I give my breastfed baby additional water to prevent dehydration?
A: Research confirms that babies who are exclusively breastfed don’t need extra water in hot weather. The key is to allow baby to feed on demand. Learn more about why and how to breastfeeding on demand?
Allow us to introduce you to this mighty herb. Moringa is kind of a big deal in the lactation community, and once you get to know this herb it's hard not to tell every single new Mom about it! Not only does moringa boast remarkable effectiveness as a safe galactagogue but its unparalleled nutritional profile makes it a natural solution for new moms looking for much needed energy and vitality.