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Is My Newborn Getting Enough?
Important ways to determine whether your newborn is getting enough milk and growing properly in those critical first days of breastfeeding. Four key points and links to further resources.
Jennifer Lopez Not Breastfeeding Sets Bad Example
I was disappointed to read in the March '07 People magazine that Jennifer Lopez had chosen not to even attempt breastfeeding her twins. But to imply that it was an educated decision based on what is best for her babies is, in my option, simply irresponsible. Here's my musings on the topic...
L'oved Baby Nursing Shawl - Product Review
A review of the L'oved Baby 4-in-1 Nursing Shawl.
Lopsided Breasts or Uneven Milk Supply
Lopsided breasts and uneven milk supply can occur when breastfeeding -- even when doing everything correctly. Discusses issues surrounding that challenge and what can be done about it.
Mama's Milk – Book Review
My review of the lovely children's book about nursing in the human and animal world -- Mama's Milk by Michael Elsohn Ross and Ashley Wolff.
Medela Nursing Stool Review
Using a nursing stool can help make the daily routine of nursing easier (and sometimes less painful). Here's my experience with the Medela Nursing Stool.
Medela Seamless Softcup Nursing Bra Review
Looking for a great quality, comfortable nursing bra. I can't recommend the Medela Softcup Seamless highly enough. It's my own personal choice for daily wear, and worth every penny.
Medela Sleep Bra Review
Looking for a nighttime bra solution? I use the Medela Sleep Bra both for night sleep and for some daytime wear. Here's why I love it, and some reasons why it might or might not work for you.
Medicinal Uses of Breastmilk
I have received many emails asking for more information regarding medicinal uses of breastmilk. This topic tends to arouse a good bit of curiosity and wonder – as well it should – breastmilk is somewhat of a miraculous cure for many maladies.
Michelle Obama Promotes Breastfeeding
As part of her “Let’s Move” campaign to reduce childhood obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama has made the important connection to breastfeeding. Her focus on support and education for women who want to breastfeed succeed is a refreshing approach.
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