Are you age 40 or older and wondering if you can still breastfeed your baby? How does your body's ability to produce a full supply of milk change with age? What are the risk factors and potential challenges? And how can you better prepare yourself prenatally?
Did you know unusual amounts of stress can impact the breastfeeding relationship you have with your baby? So, what can be do about it? How does fear and anxiety impact your baby?
Who created these charts and how are averages determined? Do breastfed babies grow any differently than formula fed babies? And what does the term "failure to thrive" actually mean?
Summer is here, and with it comes much-needed vacation time for parents. But if you're a breastfeeding mom, how do you breastfeed while on-the-go? The process may seem daunting, so here's some advice to help you keep up your supply while traveling.
Returning to work after giving birth can be challenging if you're a breastfeeding mom. We'll poll our panelists to see how they made their transition run as smoothly as possible.
How much are newborn twins expected to sleep? How can you better coordinate your feeding schedule so they babies are getting the nutrition they need?
If you have low milk supply, what are your options? What are the pros and cons for each option? And how do you make the best choice for you and your little one?
Breastfeeding an infant or toddler can look drastically different than nursing a new baby. Hear what our moms say about what their breastfeeding routines look like with their older children.
Baby-friendly hospitals and birthing centers encourage breastfeeding and bonding between mother and baby. What does it take to earn this important distinction and how can you find a baby-friendly hospital or birthing center in your area?
We are busy multi-tasking mamas, and many of us are breastfeeding and pumping for our babies on-the-go. So, what happens when you need some privacy when you’re out in public with your baby? What are public nursing or lactation rooms and how can they help?
Our series continues as we follow three breastfeeding moms who reflect on their highs and lows of nursing their newborns for their third month.
Many women mistakenly believe that they cannot conceive if they are breastfeeding a child. This is simply not true. How can you make this experience as safe (and comfortable) for everyone involved?
Ouch! That's what happens when your sweet, little baby clamps down on you like you're a teether! Sometimes it's on accident and sometimes it's on purpose (followed by a cute smile), but it's never enjoyable for mom. So, when do babies start biting? And how do you get them to stop? Our moms share what's worked best for them!
Your baby's birth weight is important. And for those first couple weeks of life, your primary goal as a new mom is to keep that birth weight from falling more than 10%. Why is it important to maintain that birth weight right after birth? Why is 10% the magic number? And what does it mean if your baby loses more than 10% of her initial weight? What are your options?