Healthy Mom = Healthy Baby

Being pregnant, giving birth and nurturing your new little bundle of joy is one of the most astounding things a woman can ever go through. It can also be one of the most demanding, tiring and stressful times of your life! Thus, finding the...
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Freemie Cup Review

When my wife decided to go back to work after our latest child the breastfeeding relationship we had worked so hard to grow became more complicated. Pumping was used not only to help provide milk to our baby while she was at work, but...
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Building a Breastmilk Stash Before You Go Back to Work

Once you start thinking about your first day back at work, you’re likely to have some burning questions about how on earth to store up enough milk to leave with your baby’s caregiver. How to build up a stash is the question I get...
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Beware of Sleep Trainers

Sleep. She is a wicked mistress. A few days ago, I received a panicked call from a very worried mama. She was concerned her milk supply was dropping, her baby was losing weight, was upset at the breast, and wouldn’t latch. The mother was...
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Mindful Breastfeeding

Hey guys, October is our breastfeeding month, because that’s what we’re going to be focusing on in our podcast, on our blogs, all of our guests that come on as well. So many people give other people a hard time about breastfeeding. Either they’re...
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We’re deciding how to birth

Learning about pregnancy, labor, breastfeeding and parenting can be a little overwhelming in big groups. I’ve found that men/partners are often intimidated by an unfamiliar space. It’s important to seek information and discuss what you learn with your partner. This will help you form your...
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I’m ready to learn how to support my partner!

I’ve worked with thousands of families and I always ask the non-pregnant partner, “when did it get real, and when did you feel attached?” The answers are not surprising because they’re typically the same: it became real with the pregnancy stick (usually 4-6 weeks...
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