5 Of The Most Comfortable Places For Your To Breastfeed Your Baby

This is a guest post written by Kara Masterson. She is a freelance writer from Utah. She enjoys Tennis and spending time with her family. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, breastfeeding is extremely beneficial to newborn babies. After all, breastmilk affords them the perfect formula of nutrients and antibodies. In a study noted … Continue reading “5 Of The Most Comfortable Places For Your To Breastfeed Your Baby”

Top 10 Breastfeeding Positions

Many moms decide to start breastfeeding because it is healthiest for the baby. However, many new moms are not aware of the many options to hold their newborn while nursing. With a little guidance, mothers can find the best breastfeeding position for them and not have to use the same one continuously. Here are the … Continue reading “Top 10 Breastfeeding Positions”

What Foods You Should Consume for Longer Breast Milk Supply

This is a guest post by Kathy Hardess. She’s a stay-at-home mom from New Jersey, who’s passionate about beauty, health, and environment, with a diploma in nutrition. Whether you are a first-time mother or this is your fourth child, each breastfeeding journey is different. There are many factors one can control when nursing, and others … Continue reading “What Foods You Should Consume for Longer Breast Milk Supply”

Breastfeeding: 6 Tips for Getting the Best Possible Start

This is a guest post by Cindy Leclerc and Jana Stockham, Registered Nurses and International Board Certified Lactation Consultants. They specialize in all things newborn and can be found at cindyandjana.com and simplybreastfeeding.ca.   Breastfeeding: 6 Tips for Getting the Best Possible Start   Breastfeeding can be a bit challenging at first for both you … Continue reading “Breastfeeding: 6 Tips for Getting the Best Possible Start”

Feeding Fitz, Part 2: The Milk Supply Scare

I was going to write about introducing solids next in the Feeding Fitz series, but something happened last week that scared the hell out of me, traumatized me, really. At bookclub on Wednesday night, I got a little carried away with the wine (we were having a great discussion on masculinity and our most recent … Continue reading “Feeding Fitz, Part 2: The Milk Supply Scare”

It’s Ok to Cry over an Empty Deep Chest Freezer…

This is a guest post written by Rachel Barry. You can read more about her at the end of this article.  It’s ok to cry over an empty deep chest freezer… I shed a tear today for myself, my daughter, and my empty chest freezer. Our chest freezer held one of the most important things… breast … Continue reading “It’s Ok to Cry over an Empty Deep Chest Freezer…”

Foods to Help Maintain a Healthy Milk Supply

Foods to Help Maintain a Healthy Milk Supply    There’s no doubt that breastfeeding requires a lot from your body.  After all, your body burns hundreds of calories a day as it produces energy to keep up with the demands of a hungry infant or toddler. For this reason, eating foods that will help increase … Continue reading “Foods to Help Maintain a Healthy Milk Supply”

The Benefits of Using a Lactation Consultant

This is a guest post by Milveen Eke-Allen is a freelance writer and blogs about motherhood at glitterandglowmom.ca. She’s a mother of one and enjoys discovering new tips and tricks that empower the journey through parenthood. The Benefits of Using a Lactation Consultant Whether you’re mom to one child or more, the initial stages of … Continue reading “The Benefits of Using a Lactation Consultant”

Preparing you kitchen for your baby’s arrival

This is a guest post by Biance Stephans from Bianca’s Home Design. She has a lot of instinct for talents and everything that’s good taste.    Preparing your house for your baby’s arrival is an important step. You have to make sure you don’t forget to prepare this room, otherwise, your baby will surely find … Continue reading “Preparing you kitchen for your baby’s arrival”

Breastfeeding and Brain Development

This is a guest post. The author, Robbie is a writer for HealthListed and mother to one adventurous 2-year old. She enjoys watching her daughter explore and learn new things daily. She has a passion for developing a child’s strengths to make them the best person they can be. The Inseparable Link of Brain Development … Continue reading “Breastfeeding and Brain Development”