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Your Newborn’s First Weeks: Tips to Put You at Ease

Are my boobs working? One of the biggest things I hear from the mothers I meet with, is concerns about milk supply and feeding behaviors. Moms always wonder...

Breastfeeding Tips for Managing Multiples

Breastfeeding a full-term healthy baby is physically and mentally exhausting for most of us, so how do mothers of multiples succeed? Information, support, and a plan are essential...

Let's Talk About Sore Nipples

Let’s talk about nipples… but not just any nipples. Let’s talk about sore nipples (cringe). I have something to share with you that may come as a surprise....

Nicole’s Journey Part Two: Pregnancy and Post-Partum Self-Care

As any pregnant woman would know, pregnancy, and even the journey to pregnancy, can be an interesting, and often, overwhelming time. Whether you needed treatment to conceive (like...

4 Baby Registry Mistakes to Avoid

If you’re a first-time parent, it’s almost a given that you’ll make some baby registry mistakes or stumble into some common baby stuff shopping pitfalls. In this post,...

Liquid Gold: The Amazing Nutritional Qualities of Breast Milk

Breastmilk has often been called the “liquid gold” of infant nutrition.  Unlike milk substitute (baby formula), the composition of human milk is not static and it adjusts to...

How Do You Boost Your Milk Supply?

After the birth of my beautiful twin boys, it’s been hectic and wonderful! I am grateful that I worked on my health and fitness which enabled me to...

Controlling Airborne Toxins and Allergens: Tips for Protecting Newborns and Mothers

Children require a clean, wholesome environment in which to grow. For mothers and newborns, whose bodies are in the early stages of development, poor indoor air quality can...

Milk Supply: The Ping Pong Effect

Most women I meet with are looking to yield enough milk for their baby’s needs as well as enough to pump a few ounces extra daily.  It can...

Exclusive Pumping: What is it?

Before having children of my own and entering a whole new world I had never heard of Exclusive Pumping – to be abbreviated as EP. As a mental...