Relaxation and meditation tips for nursing moms

Breastfeeding is one of the greatest challenges many women will face after having a baby. While breastfeeding comes easily and naturally for some mothers and their infants, the struggle for the perfect (and painless) latch frustrates many mothers…sometimes to the point of tears.   According to the 2014 Breastfeeding Report Card issued by the Centers … Continue reading “Relaxation and meditation tips for nursing moms”

Breastfeeding an adopted baby – what you should know

Adoptive breastfeeding is becoming increasingly common as the society moves towards embracing this new idea.  Not only is it possible to breastfeed an adopted infant but more and more mothers are interested in the possibility of fostering new-borns. It can be a rewarding experience for both the mother and her adopted child. Adoption can be … Continue reading “Breastfeeding an adopted baby – what you should know”

Who is your biggest supporter?

When it comes to breastfeeding, it seems that a woman is on her own.  She is solely responsible for feeding and nourishing the baby.  It is her breast milk that will ensure her child grows and flourishes through infancy.  That’s a bit of pressure! Of course, if it goes swimmingly, breastfeeding is one of the … Continue reading “Who is your biggest supporter?”

Hooray for nursing moms!

“Hooray for nursing moms!”  is one of the numerous comments I received after Reuters, the news agency, published an article + video + entrepreneurial journal about Momzelle on their website. It made me think: merely by existing and by catering exclusively to nursing mothers, Momzelle promotes breastfeeding. This is one of the greatest feelings ever: … Continue reading “Hooray for nursing moms!”

A pocket guide for American breastfeeding mothers

Have a look at this! I like it. You can dowload the document and cut and fold it along the lines. I believe it is a great resource, quick and easy to consult, for American moms who will be travelling and nursing in public. One of the best ways to protect ourselves is to be … Continue reading “A pocket guide for American breastfeeding mothers”

Take one minute to make a difference

Breast is best. As breastfeeding mothers, we, probably more than anybody else, know it. If we do not take one minute to stop the baby milk marketing scam, who will? I think the Baby Milk Action Group in the UK is doing an amazing job at protecting mothers and babies. Lets join our forces and … Continue reading “Take one minute to make a difference”