Breastfeeding and chestfeeding can be challenging, whether you’re feeding your first baby or your fifth. These articles below can help provide resources and answers to common questions such as how often a baby should feed, how to get a good latch, what to do about sore nipples, how to increase milk supply, and more. Have a question that isn’t here? Suggest a new article!
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- Having a baby feeding issue?
- My Vertigo Village: Asking for help when you need it
- Pumping at Work for Teachers: A Guide for State and School District Policies
- This is not normal: Postpartum in the time of COVID
- What happens at a lactation visit
• Download the full 40 page report• Download the 2-page recommendations In 2018 my son’s Maplewood, NJ, elementary school principal was suspended for allegedly not allowing a lactating teacher time to pump, resulting in mastitis. I remember saying to myself, “Seriously!? At MY school?!” As an IBCLC (international board certified lactation consultant) and active PTA… Continue reading Pumping at Work for Teachers: A Guide for State and School District Policies
“This is not normal. This is not how it’s supposed to be. No one’s experience has ever looked like yours.” I’m finding myself saying this over and over again lately. In my virtual video consults. In my weekly Zoom support group. While messaging back and forth with clients. “Your maternity leave wasn’t supposed to be… Continue reading This is not normal: Postpartum in the time of COVID
Two weeks ago, I woke up on a Friday morning and my world was spinning out of control… So I had to call on my village. Actually, they called on me.
Breastfeeding and chestfeeding can be quite challenging at first. You do NOT have to do this alone! A kind, warm face with lots of knowledge and a solid plan for how to navigate the next days and weeks can feel like a lifesaver in a storm. “Thank you, this was SO helpful” is my favorite… Continue reading Having a baby feeding issue?