For mothers who choose to breastfeed, there is an abundance of information and resources that cover everything from latching to leaking to increasing supply. But what about your transition out of breastfeeding? We’ve got your weaning tips covered, Mama!
Every breastfeeding mama knows that more likely than not, she’ll need to pump at some point. Whether you’re gearing up to go back to the office, going out for a much-needed night out, traveling without your baby, or trying to boost your breastmilk supply, we’ve got some breast pumping tips to make the process as smooth as possible.
You may feel ready for baby – or at least as ready as you can be – but are you ready for your own postpartum recovery? The first six weeks (at least) after giving birth can be a taxing time as your body goes through incredible change. There’s physical healing, hormonal swings, sleep deprivation, possibly learning how to breastfeed – which isn’t always easy – and adjusting to motherhood. Knowing what to expect during postpartum recovery and preparing key items that will help you get through it are an important part of getting ready for this next big step.
Nursing pads are essential for your breastfeeding journey, but how can you repurpose your nursing pads after you’re done weaning? We’ve got you covered, mama! There are plenty of ways you can repurpose your washable nursing pads.
Breastfeeding is supposedly one of the most natural things mothers do, but the truth is that it isn’t always easy, and it doesn’t always feel natural. In honor of Breastfeeding Awareness Month, we want to take a moment to talk about the early days of breastfeeding, how to maintain a solid breastmilk supply, and where to find resources to help you along your breastfeeding journey.