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Breastfeeding
First Breastfeeding After Birth- What to Expect
Now that your little one has arrived in the world, the real fun begins. And by “real fun,” we mean breastfeeding! The medical professionals in the hospital can help set you up for success, but it really comes down to a mama and her baby working together. We know it can be nerve-wracking to breastfeed...
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3 Things to Look for in a Portable Breast Pump
Moms today know that life with a newborn is unpredictable. Plans can change in an instant, and moms have to be able to adapt! A versatile, portable breast pump is one of the best ways a breastfeeding mom can expect the unexpected. Certain breast pumps are designed with amazing features like optional battery power and...
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How to Get a Free Breast Pump Through Insurance
Mamas-to-be know that some baby products sound too good to be true. A swing that soothes your baby instantly? No way. A changing table that always stays clean? Not going to happen. And some moms may see breast pump providers claim to offer a free breast pump through insurance and wonder if this is just...
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How to Help a Baby with Gas While Breastfeeding
New mamas know that a baby with gas can be the stuff of nightmares. A newborn who is giggly and cuddly one minute can burst into tears the next, all because of gas. This is completely normal because as babies grow, their gastrointestinal systems are maturing, too. And while gas may be an unavoidable part...
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Reasons for Exclusive Breast Pumping
Just like there is no single “correct” way to parent, there is not a specific way to breastfeed that will be best for every mom and baby. Whether you are focusing on breastfeeding, exclusively breast pumping, or using a combination of the two, the most important thing is that your little one is getting the...
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Power Pumping and Breast Milk Supply
Whether breastfeeding occasionally or pumping exclusively, breast milk supply is top of mind for most nursing moms. And as moms introduce a breast pump into their breastfeeding routine, many wonder how breast pumps can affect the breast milk supply throughout the breastfeeding process. While perhaps not a mainstream method that moms have relied on for...
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Mom and baby breastfeeding
With beach trips, summer barbecues, and family vacations waiting just around the corner, new and expectant moms may be wondering what their summers will look like with a new baby at home. And after nine months of pregnancy, some new mamas may want to know if they can enjoy a drink by the pool or...
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5 Things to Know About Feeding Your Baby
Newborns have done a lot of growing in the nine months before they are born, and they need plenty of nutrients to keep developing physically, mentally, and emotionally. So whether parents are ready or not, living with a newborn means their world revolves around what can feel like countless feedings every day and night. It...
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The Dos and Don'ts of Breastfeeding
When it comes to breastfeeding, there is no one-size-fits-all solution that will be right for every mom. There may be a breastfeeding position or breast pump that is a lifesaver for one mom and does not work at all for another. Just as with motherhood, each individual needs to find the breastfeeding strategies that work...
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Best Time to Order a Breast Pump
There is no shortage of tasks that must be completed during pregnancy. With doctor’s appointments every other week, a nursery to plan, and names to pick, an expectant mom has a lot to think about! A common question on the minds of many moms-to-be is when to order a breast pump through insurance to be...
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