How to treat a cold when you're breastfeeding. Great ideas in this post!

You need to know how to treat a cold while breastfeeding, without losing your milk supply. Here’s what i do.


How to raise the fat content of your breast milk

If you’re searching for information about how to raise the fat content of your breastmilk, I’ve done the leg work for you. And I’ve figured it out! Finally!


We stayed in the Lodge on base NAS Lemoore for our last 3 nights there. Packing day, loading day, and check out / hail & bail day.


Even though I pinned tutorials for this before, I didn’t reference them, because how hard could it be? That’s why this isn’t a tutorial. You don’t need one.

Just paint the edges of the canvas, use a foam brush to put modpodge on the canvas, slap that photo on, and modpodge over it.


13 Truths about Airline Travel With Kids

Traveling with two kids two and under is definitely a challenge. Here are some things I learned or observed during my trip. I wrote these on the way to South Carolina, and I’m editing to add a bit of return-trip wisdom. 1)Snack Attack I planned ahead and packed a cooler-lunchbox full of healthy snacks for


Today is the last day of World Breastfeeding Week. How did you spend yours? Did you nurse your children, snuggling them close? Did you share your experiences with a new mom or a mother who needed support? Did you donate milk to help another mama and her baby? Did you breastfeed your baby in public,


One thing I hear from moms repeatedly is “I wish I had some pictures of when my kids were nursing.” I take a lot of pictures when nursing my kids, with my phone. You know the ones… arm outstretched, hoping to get a good angle and not shake your hand too much, or settling for


Yesterday, Anneliese, Joey, and I joined several other mamas from our area at our La Leche League leader’s backyard to nurse our children simultaneously along with moms and babies around the world. From www.biglatchon.org: Aims of the Big Latch On Support for communities to identify and grow opportunities to provide ongoing breastfeeding support and promotion.


During World Breastfeeding Week this year, I’m answering a few questions, sharing my resources, and telling my story. PLEASE note: I’m not a lactation consultant. I’m not a doctor. I’m just a mom. I’ve probably spent 5,000 hours breastfeeding in the last 2 years (well, maybe close), and I’m breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery, have


During World Breastfeeding Week this year, I’m answering a few questions, sharing my resources, and telling my story. PLEASE note: I’m not a lactation consultant. I’m not a doctor. I’m just a mom. I’ve probably spent 5,000 hours breastfeeding in the last 2 years (well, maybe close), and I’m breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery, have


During World Breastfeeding Week this year, I’m answering a few questions, sharing my resources, and telling my story. PLEASE note: I’m not a lactation consultant. I’m not a doctor. I’m just a mom. I’ve probably spent 5,000 hours breastfeeding in the last 2 years (well, maybe close), and I’m breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery, have


Tanya H asked me: I’m due in 10 weeks and am feeling nervous about not being able to produce enough milk. Did you have concerns prior to delivering and what preparation did you do beforehand that you found useful?



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