As moms begin to pump, it's important to know how long their breast milk can stay fresh and reusable. How long will breast milk stay fresh in the fridge or freezer? Can you reuse breast milk that's already been poured into a bottle? Plus, the real story on shaking versus swirling your breast milk when heating it back up.
For a new mom, breastfeeding is a new challenge that comes with many rewards. We're continuing our series that breaks down what moms can expect during the first year of life. This episode explores what breastfeeding typically looks like during the second week after the birth of your baby.
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.
If your baby is always nursing, you may be wondering if something is wrong or if your milk supply is inadequate, but this so called “cluster feeding” can actually be a very normal. Many babies tend to cluster feed in the evening, but it’s also normal if their fussy cluster feeding time happens earlier in the day or even multiple times a day.