While breastfeeding is the healthiest feeding option for your baby, it can be challenging, especially in those first few days and weeks.
Knowing the common problems associated with breastfeeding will help you spot and deal with any complications early
Parents often ask, “When is the right time to introduce my baby to a bottle of pumped breastmilk?”
While the answer truly depends on family dynamics (is mom going back to work?) and your baby’s disposition, there are certain facts
Wikipedia explains babywearing as:
“The practice of wearing or carrying a baby in a sling or in another form of carrier. Babywearing has been practiced for centuries around the world. In the industrialized world, babywearing has gained popularity in
If it’s possible, nursing is the best thing a mom can do for her baby. In fact, a mom’s most important “job” in those first two weeks after the baby is born is to establish a good milk supply.
Pregnancy and birth can wreak havoc on a mom’s body. Many women experience arm, neck, and back pain either during pregnancy or while breastfeeding and caring for an infant. The three main culprits for this discomfort are:
- Hormones. A mom’s
A good latch is key to successful breastfeeding. Believe me, I know. A poor latch caused me to have to give up breastfeeding my first son 10 years ago and I STILL feel bad about it.
No matter what latch
Some people may wonder how carrying a tiny baby around can put so much strain on a woman’s body. But if you’ve been there, you know.
Breastfeeding requires moms to log lots of hours in one position, and many moms