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Back to Work: Healthy Food for Working Moms

Life can be hectic as a working mom- juggling your job, family and your sanity! But what about food? Sometimes we eat our emotions away when we are stressed out. So, as breastfeeding and pumping moms, how do we balance what we eat? What are some key ingredients you can quickly add to each meal to give you strength and help with milk supply?

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Breastfeeding and Pumping for Single Moms

Are you a single mom and breastfeeding or pumping for your baby? How do you have time to manage it all? If you’re sharing custody of your child, how do you handle time away so you don’t experience a drop in milk supply? How do you manage the stress of being a single parent? Today single moms share their experience to help other moms going through the same thing. We’re supporting one another.

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Guide to Bottlefeeding: Best Techniques and Positions

Every baby will eventually have to take the bottle at some point. Some babies start earlier than others, for example, if you choose to formula feed right from birth. In this guide, we will cover everything you need to know about bottle feeding. You’ll learn how to choose the right bottle and nipple, how to clean your baby’s bottles, the best bottle-feeding positions, and the best bottle-feeding techniques you can use.

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Breastfeeding After Formula Feeding Your First Baby

Breastfeeding your first baby didn’t turn out exactly how you had planned and you ended up formula-feeding your baby. Or perhaps that was the plan all along. But you want things to be different with your second child. This time, your plan is to breastfeed your baby for as long as possible. It’s easy to say, but how difficult is this transition? And what tips can help you along the way?

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The Racial Divide Within the Lactation Community

All breastfeeding and pumping mothers need support. But sometimes there are barriers, usually for women of color. Some of these barriers include inaccurate stereotypes, lack of resources and less opportunity to work with specialists of color, who can better relate to their situation. So, what does this racial divide mean for the lactation community? Today we’re exploring some of the big issues.

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When Your Partner Doesn't Support Your Breastfeeding Goals

You are passionate about giving your baby breast milk... but you’re partner? Ah, not so much. We know how important partner support is for breastfeeding and pumping moms, so what do you do when that support isn’t there? Do you stand on your soapbox and preach about all the benefits of breast milk? Or do you just let it go and “hopefully” find support elsewhere?

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