We know breast milk provides amazing nutrition and antibodies for our babies. But, did you know breast milk can be applied topically as well? That's right, it can even be used as a medicine to treat sores, cuts, pink eye and more! Today we're learning about the properties of our breast milk that make it so unique, as well as the many ways you can use it!
New to breastfeeding? We're breaking down what to expect during the first year. In the second part of our series, we'll focus on what to expect during the first week. When does colostrum turn into mature milk? How long will breastfeeding sessions typically be? Plus, what to expect with your baby's weight loss.
As the mother of a newborn and a toddler, you are the queen of multitasking! How do you achieve your breastfeeding goals and still care for your firstborn?
If your baby is having a hard time latching, he may need a nipple shield to help get breastfeeding off to a good start. And even though nipple shields can help, there are definite pros and cons to using them. What's the correct way to use them? And when should you perhaps try other alternatives?
Help relieve sore and cracked nipples with this natural, organic and lanolin-free nipple balm! The ingredients are combined with natural moisturizers to help provide soothing relief and heal affected areas.