cluster feeding

What is Cluster Feeding? Cluster Feeding is when a baby nurses frequently  for several hours at a time. You may experience this when your baby is actively nursing for 20 -30 minutes and then dozes off for a few minutes. You attempt to unlatch and put them down and they start rooting or screaming or […]

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Breastfeeding Styles to consider

Different ways to feed your baby You’re expecting a baby and not sure whether you want to breastfeed or formula feed. While there are gang of women who are adamant about which is best, I just want to offer you some basic information about how to feed your baby. I should note that Breastfeeding is […]

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Breastfeeding Affirmation

  I love affirmations for encouragement and reminders. This breastfeeding affirmation is great to read and recite daily to improve your confidence.   Some days you just don’t feel like breastfeeding, or getting that extra pumping session in. I’ve been there and I get it. I want to remind you that this is such a […]

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Breastfeeding Tips: Freezing Breast Milk

Breastfeeding Tips: Freezing Breast Milk First let’s celebrate that you have breast milk to freeze! (Go Girl!) Here are some tips to make freezing your breast milk a little easier. Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you choose to make a […]

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How to handle visitors when you’re breastfeeding

How to handle visitors when you’re breastfeeding. You are in the beginning days of breastfeeding and still trying to get hang of it. Meanwhile your family and friends are so excited that you had a baby and they can’t wait to stress you out visit you and the baby. Here’s how to handle visitors the polite […]

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Top 5 Things to put in your hospital bag

Top 5 things to put in your breastfeeding hospital bag for after delivery. These are essentials for moms who plan to start breastfeeding their newborn baby after delivery. Your lactation consultant/nurse will come to your room to help you learn how to latch your baby and/or use the breast pump. My daughter was born 8 weeks […]

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