Dress for Successful Nursing in Public

What to Wear When you Nurse in Public To breastfeed, you don’t really need any special equipment, nature has provided everything for you.  However, there are some conveniences that can make nursing quite a bit easier.  This is especially true when it […]

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Breastfeeding: Anytime, Anywhere!

Last week I was told “There’s a time and place for everything” when it comes to breastfeeding.  It’s not the first time I’ve ever heard that, and I couldn’t agree more!  The time is whenever baby is hungry, and the place is wherever Mama is. […]

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Nursing your Newborn in a Wrap

Nursing in public and babywearing go hand-in-hand.  You can nurse in virtually any kind of carrier.  I’ve assembled a collection of how-to videos to make your nursing in public experience even easier.  It’s also great for around the house, most babies love to be […]

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Nursing an Older Baby in the ERGO

Nursing in public and babywearing go hand-in-hand.  You can nurse in virtually any kind of carrier.  I’ve assembled a collection of how-to videos to make your nursing in public experience even easier.  Its also great for around the house, most babies love to be […]

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Why is Breastfeeding So Important?

Breastfeeding is the act of delivering nutrients from mother to child through the female mammary glands, otherwise known as breasts.  Almost all mothers can breastfeed, provided they have the accurate information and appropriate support. Nursing is the most natural and normal way to […]

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Breastfeeding an Older Child is Not Wrong in Any Way

I wrote this as a response to this article. I feel that given the current misunderstandings about breastfeeding a child past the age of 1 year, it deserves a post of its own!  So here was my response: I think it is still […]

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16 Myths that Boobie Trap Women

Myths of Breastfeeding 1. Many women do not produce enough milk.  Not true! The vast majority of women produce more than enough milk. Indeed, an overabundance of milk is common. Most babies that gain too slowly, or lose weight, do so not because […]

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