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  1. Breastfeeding
    Hello! My name is McKenzie, and I'm a student at Arizona State University. I am doing an internship with an incredible organization called Be Her Village as part of a class this semester. Be Her Village is an organization that helps new mothers create registries requesting services that they...
  2. Breastfeeding Challenges
    All natural, nut free, tasty and delictable, yummy Lactation cookies and drinks! Milky Mama Lactation Treats & Supplements A delicious way to help produce more breast milk.
  3. New Member Introductions
    Hi, I struggled to get a full milk supply with my daughter as I had a lot of blood loss in birth. If I was to try to re-lactate, would I still experience low supply or could I possibly now get a full supply? My daughter is now 6 months old and if possible I would like to get her back onto the...
  4. New Member Introductions
    breastfeeding tips for new moms. Such as breastfeeding latching tips, breastfeeding tips with twins, Breastfeeding Tips For More Milk,
  5. Baby
    When asked about a dad's perspective on breastfeeding, I admit I get a kick out of that title, The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding. This is the name of the book published by La Leche League, and it's the Bible of Breastfeeding. The Maxim for Mammilla. The Tome for Teats. What can I say? The title...
  6. Baby
    Breastfeeding is the most natural thing in the world, and yet...sometimes, it feels everything but. Here are some great tips for beating the Booby Traps of Breastfeeding.   Guest post by Kristen Tea In the past 4 years since becoming a mother and an enthusiastic breastfeeding supporter, I...
  7. Baby
    Have well-meaning friends and family told you that breastfeeding means you can't get pregnant? Think again! Many mothers fall for the old wives' tale that says you can't get pregnant while breastfeeding. Unfortunately, believing this could lead to you getting pregnant much sooner than you...
  8. Baby
    Co-sleeping has benefits that we just can't even begin to put into words. Special little nuances that will only be remembered as the feel of our children in our arms as they went to dreamland. But co-sleeping has measurable benefits too, and they're worth sharing. We often hear about the...
  9. Baby
    I want to start this post with a little disclaimer. Breastfeeding is a very sensitive topic for moms. Many moms are SO very passionate about nursing while some aren't into it at all. Some moms want to nurse their babies more than anything - and have gone to the ends of the earth to try - but...
  10. Baby
    While there have been great strides in normalizing breastfeeding for babies, there still remains quite a bit of drama surrounding the practice of a breastfeeding toddler. This guest post originally published in 2015 is a good reminder for us all to learn and to share our knowledge with other...
  11. Baby
    As research continues to confirm that breastfeeding significantly reduces the risk that new mothers will experience postpartum depression, the Maternal and Child Health Journal report looked at information from more than 14,000 mothers and has some surprising information to add. To better...
  12. Life With a Baby
    Hi, mommies! It's Karen again. So months ago I started to use the SuperMama app to track which breast fed the baby the last time and I can tell it was a lifesaver! Do you use some other apps or gadgets to take care of the child? Can you advise me something? Thanks in advance!:x:x:x
  13. Baby
    Go beyond the basics of breastfeeding. We've compiled a list of 10 facts you may not have known about the practice of breastfeeding, and the info needs to be out there! Thankfully, breastfeeding is increasingly promoted these days. More and more evidence shows the importance of feeding babies...
  14. Baby
    As if we didn't already know how valuable breast milk is, researchers have discovered a team of immune cells in breast milk that are ready to conquer potential pathogens. There is a plethora of research on the benefits of breast milk, including its ability to build baby's brain. In fact...
  15. Baby
    According to UNICEF data, most women around the world breastfeed children past the 12-month mark. In fact, it's considered the norm. As an expectant or new mom we very likely heard that "breast is best." And here is what many of us imagined next: a sweet, precious newborn positioned lovingly...
  16. Baby
    We can share study after study after study about the benefits of breastfeeding, and we often do. But we all know there is more to breastfeeding than just what science says about it. Nursing your baby is an emotional labor of love that many consider one of the most sacred things they do with and...
  17. Baby
    Breastfeeding is known to enhance bonding between mother and child. A new study suggests that the longer a mother breastfeeds, the more attentive she is to her child, even a decade later. The long-term benefits of breastfeeding on a child's physical and psychological health have been...
  18. Baby
    We recently asked our Facebook community the question, "If you could share ONLY five words of advice (no more, no less) with a brand new parent, what would they be?" The response was overwhelming, with nearly 2500 parents offering their wisdom. And considering we asked for only five words...we...
  19. Baby
    I believe we can normalize breastfeeding by "planting seeds" about it with the next generation. I believe normalizing breastfeeding starts with children. "Oh my gosh, he is eating you!" My son's playmate had just found me nursing my youngest in the living room. Her eyes widened with curiosity...
  20. Baby
    When I meet with new moms, it's amazing how often the topic turns to the troubles they are having with breastfeeding. I hear about the struggles; the infections; the cracking; the latch; the tongue tie; the lack of sleep; I hear it all. What I often hear the most is mothers being shocked that...
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