Breastfeeding for First-Time Moms - Part II of TBD

(I mistakenly thought I could share all of my experience and thoughts on breastfeeding in two posts… stick with me! I pray it all helps to encourage, educate, and/or entertain you.) 4,412 more words


Love Is Stronger Than Breastmilk

Disclaimer: The focus of this blog post is breastfeeding. The thing is, you really can’t spell “breastfeeding” without “breast.” If the words “breast,” “nipples,” or “breastfeeding” make you uncomfortable, this will not be an enjoyable read for you. 960 more words

Different Types of Breast Pumps

This is a resource I’ve created based on client need. When you’re pregnant, you’re told to purchase a breast pump through your insurance. Get a signed note from your care provider and pick a breast pump to have shipped to you… Except how do you decide when you aren’t even aware of the different options? 88 more words

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Breast Pumps

Increasing and Maintaining Breastmilk

Most families give up on breastfeeding before three weeks postpartum. For success, it is crucial that breastfeeding be established early.

Pumping can be an effective method for increasing milk supply. 492 more words

Getting Through the First Few Weeks of Breastfeeding: Tips for Surviving the Early Challenges

Breastfeeding can be a challenge for any mother, but with the right support it can be a rewarding experience. Here are some breastfeeding support tips to help get through the early weeks of breastfeeding: 569 more words


Breastfeeding: Navigating the First Few Weeks and Beyond

The first few weeks of breastfeeding can be a bit overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you:

1. Prepare before your baby arrives – ask friends and family for support, attend a breastfeeding class, or read books on the… 705 more words


The New Laws of Breastfeeding

The FLSA passage in June, 2006 brought into effect a prohibition to circumvent these conditions in which women have to express breast milk. Until this… 690 more words