Using a pacifier without compromising your breastfeeding
When expecting a baby, there are many things a mom says she will never do when her child is born. Things like, “I will never give my child sweets to stop them from crying and definitely never use a pacifier to soothe them.”
Medela Tips for Pumping Breastmilk - Packing, Freezing, Storing and Re-heating
You love to breastfeed and know all the benefits of breastmilk, but want to take a break from breastfeeding sometimes. Or perhaps you are an exclusive breast pumping mom whose baby for one reason or another cannot feed on the breast.
Does introducing solids mean bye-bye to breastfeeding?
For the first six months of life, a baby does not need any food or drink other than breastmilk. However, around six months of age, babies tend to become curious about solid food.
Answers to the 3 most common questions new moms ask lactation consultants
One of the best ways to get breastfeeding support is to work with a Lactation Consultant.
Do you ever repeat yourself?
Nurse and Psychotherapist
Did you know that an adult repeats a request to his child three to five times on average? And you? How many times do you repeat? Too many, I suppose.
August 3, 2020
Moms are different from dads!
Clinical sexologist, psychotherapist, doula
Should everyone experience parenthood in the exact same way? Are men and women different in the way they experience it? Absolutely!