Breastfeeding 101

While breastfeeding has its advantages and is the better choice for the baby, it can be a tedious process. The process for each mother and baby are different, so you must find the best system for you. If you are struggling with breastfeeding or need additional help, talking to your provider and seeking professional help…

Side Effects of Breastfeeding

Many women experience common side effects to breastfeeding, such as back pain, chest and wrist pain. Many also experience bruising on the breast, cramping, and Osteoporosis. None of these should stop you from choosing to breastfeed; you should be aware should you start experiencing the symptoms.  For more information on the side effects of breastfeeding,…

Supporting Mom While Breastfeeding

Every mom’s breastfeeding journey is different, and because it is harder than one would think, everyone could use a little support. Even the smallest of gestures can go a long way—in fact, research shows breastfeeding support can help prevent postpartum depression and boost women’s breastfeeding outcome. A few ways to start with helping is to know the hunger…