You and your baby are off to a great start with breastfeeding- and then all of the sudden you think your milk supply is starting to decrease. Is that really the case? How much milk does your baby need and how can you overcome challenges such as growth spurts and distractions?
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When it comes to breastfeeding, it seems like everyone has an opinion they want to share. But, that doesn't mean the information is always accurate. This episode explores common myths and misconceptions when it comes to milk supply.
It's hard to walk through baby stores without feeling like you need absolutely everything on the shelves. Today we're learning all about the concept of "container babies" and the potential harmful effects it could have on your child's development.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is the leading cause of death for babies one year and younger. There's a lot of questions surrounding SIDs, but what information do we have to protect our little ones? How can you reduce your baby's risk?
Portable cribs and mesh play yards pose a serious threat for numerous reasons such as choking or entanglement hazards; head entrapment or suffocation; and risk of injury from tipping when legs on the product become loose and separate. We've got some great tips for parents to help keep their babies safe.
Chances are you could use a little more sleep these days. You may have heard of the “dream feed,” a tactic many parents use to extend their baby’s long stretch of sleep. But what is it, exactly? How do you do it? And when should you stop?
Happy Father's Day to all our new and expecting dads! In this episode, an all-dad panel talk about things they have learned during their baby's first year- and what they WISH they knew without having to experience it firsthand!
When a baby dies from SIDS it is sad, scary and unimaginable. Did you know breastfeeding your baby can actually reduce their risk? In this episode, we'll learn more about SIDS and its impact. And we'll discuss how feeding your baby from the breast or expressed breast milk in a bottle can help keep your baby as safe as possible.
What causes sleep regressions? When should parents expect them?
When your baby sleeps better, it allows you to get more rest and feel refreshed during the day. This puts you in a great mental space, which helps you to better care for your kiddo. But how exactly do you create this sleep schedule for your baby? Well, in this guide, we will discuss the importance of understanding your baby's sleep needs, how to set up a sleep schedule, and how to implement the schedule.