Tag: Parenting

  1. How often should you pump when you're breastfeeding?

    How often should you pump when you're breastfeeding?

    Our resident Certified Lactation Consultant answers! It really depends on what your goal is and how much milk you're already producing according to Molly Petersen, our certified lactation consultant (CLC). "If mom is heading back to work or other commitments after giving birth, then she will need to pump to maintain her supply and provide expressed breastmilk for her baby... Continue reading...
  2. Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk?

    Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk?

    If you are worried about not being able to produce enough milk, you are not alone. Milk supply is one of the most common breastfeeding concerns for moms around the world. The truth is very few moms physically cannot make enough milk, so chances are there is nothing for you to worry about. Feeding in response to baby’s hunger cues is... Continue reading...
  3. Handling Sleep Deprivation

    Handling Sleep Deprivation

    You get a lot of advice when you’re pregnant – most of it unsolicited! Not all of it is great advice, or advice that will work for you and your family, but there’s one piece of advice you should try to follow if you can: Sleep when the baby sleeps! This can be tough to do, especially when you have... Continue reading...
  4. Introducing Caregivers to Your – and Baby's – Routine

    Introducing Caregivers to Your – and Baby's – Routine

    Returning to work comes with a mix of emotions for most new moms. While you may feel excited to get back to a routine and reconnect with your work colleagues, you may also feel guilty about that excitement. Others dread leaving their baby and worry that their daycare or caregiver won’t be able to care for their baby the way... Continue reading...
  5. Breastfeeding Around the Clock

    Breastfeeding Around the Clock

    Two important facts for every new parent to know... Continue reading...
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