Silicone milk collectors are a great tool for pulling off extra milk when you’re feeling too-full at the end of a feeding or if your baby only takes one breast and the opposing breast remains engorged.
You’ve likely heard that there are certain foods that are simply “off-limits” while breastfeeding. Thankfully, breastmilk is made in your bloodstream and not in your gastro-intestinal tract.
There are two main ways to determine if your baby has completed a feeding. By staying aware of these indicators, you will be relieved to know when your baby is full and that your nursing session has ended.
With a newborn baby, it can sometimes feel awkward getting into a good position for breastfeeding. The nursing positions most commonly seen are the cradle-hold and the cross-cradle-hold. Seeing it is one thing but trying to figure it out with a hungry baby in your arms is another. Read on to learn more.
How do I stop the pain when my baby nurses? This is one of the most common questions from those in a new breastfeeding relationship. The great news is, pain does not have to be a part of this journey! Oftentimes, adjusting baby’s latch is the remedy for painful nursing. A baby who is sucking …