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Nursing a Three-Year Old
Each year, around the time of my second daughter's birthday, I've written about my thoughts on the extended nursing experience. Here's my musings on nursing a three-year old

Nursing a Two-Year Old
Thoughts on nursing a toddler into their third year of life.

Nursing in Public Advocacy
A discussion of contemporary challenges experienced by those nursing in public, and how the internet has influenced response and public perception.

Nursing in the Side-Lying Position
The side-lying position can help mothers get more sleep. Here's some tips and information on nursing lying down.

Nursing Necklaces Gifts for Breastfeeding Moms
Nursing necklaces make a lovely and functional gift for breastfeeding moms.

Nursing While Sick
Did you know that you can and should continue nursing your baby when you are sick! Includes information and tips to get through cold and flu season.

Overactive Letdown
Overactive Letdown of milk while breastfeeding (also known as milk oversupply, overabundance of milk, or forceful milk ejection reflex) is a common occurrence in early breastfeeding. What causes overactive letdown and what can be done in early breastfeeding to try to avoid this challenge?

Painful Letdown Reflex
Letdown, also knows as milk ejection reflex, is the physiological process by which the breast releases milk from the milk producing glands into the milk ducts for access by the baby. For some women, letdown can sometimes be quite painful, especially early in breastfeeding.

Private Dining Nursing Cover Review
Review of Mompreneur Jorie-Cohn Wisnefsky's Private Dining nursing cover-up.

Pumping in the Hospital
Pumping in the hospital to protect milk supply is important for mothers unable to resolve latch challenges or in case of a separation from their newborn(s) in the first days after birth.

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