When Breastfeeding is NOT the Best Choice

Monday, June 19, 2017 By Cheyenne Bell

If you are a mom or thinking about becoming a mom, you’ve most likely heard about the benefits of breastfeeding your baby. In the past few decades, breastfeeding rates have risen steadily, likely due to the increased understanding of breastfeeding by medical professionals, combined with the efforts of organizations such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, WHO […]


Different Ways to Use Your Breastfeeding Pillows in Different Positions (Facebook Live)

Saturday, February 25, 2017 By Nina Spears


What is Colostrum?

Friday, January 27, 2017 By Nina Spears
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Around your third month of pregnancy, and continuing through the early days of breastfeeding, your breasts will produce colostrum, a special type of breastmilk for your newborn baby. But what exactly is colostrum? Colostrum is the first type of milk that your breasts make. It is a thick and sticky liquid that has a yellowish to orange […]


What I Learned from My Struggle with Breastfeeding

Monday, January 23, 2017 By Cheyenne Bell

Let me start by saying: I am a HUGE proponent of breastfeeding. I believe in it and support it 110%. I nursed my daughter for 16 months and my son for 14 months. There were many aspects of breastfeeding that I adored, like the bond it created between my children and I and the satisfaction […]


Breastmilk: Nature’s Perfect Food

Thursday, January 12, 2017 By Ali Miller
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Man cannot out-science or out-create nature! We continue to learn this, and one of the best examples is in the birth and mothering process. Breastfeeding and its benefits are connected to cognitive development, growth and weight gain of the baby, and immune system resilience. In the last decade, formula companies have continued to work to […]