Sharing the Good News of Your Pregnancy with Older Siblings

So you’re expecting again and probably can’t wait to tell your little one the great news!
While adult family members will react ecstatically, with children, you can’t be so sure how a child will take the news. How they react

What to Expect When You’re Breastfeeding a Newborn

The first three months of your baby’s life is a time of learning, adaptation, and bonding for both you and your baby. Breastfeeding your newborn is a natural, loving way to bond with your new baby, but easily breastfeeding

Safely Storing Breast Milk

Storing breast milk is very simple, but it has to be done properly in order for you to be able to continuing using order to ensure freshness.
Here are a couple of things to consider as you plan to store

Who has the Lowest Breastfeeding Rate? You Might be Surprised

With all the studies and information available in the US about the benefits of breastfeeding, we must have a pretty high rate of breastfeeding, right? Not so fast….

In fact, comparing the UNICEF’s “State of the World’s Children” report with

7 Most Adorable Animal Nursing Pictures

Mammals of land and sea nurse just like we do. And, just like us, their milk varies from the milk of other species in order to provide the perfect recipe of nurturing and nutrition for their young.

Each of these

Three Poet Mamas on How they Find Time to Write

Sometimes I’m in awe of how much moms are capable of! Here three fantastic women who are not only great moms but also gifted poets share how they make it all work.

Annalee Dunn


10 Minutes for Mom: Making the Most of Small Breaks

Your newborn’s down for her nap or spending some quality time with Dad and you’ve got some precious alone time on your hands. Resist the temptation to dive into your to-do list just yet. Instead, try these rejuvenating suggestions