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It is a fact of modern motherhood that so much of our daily life is infused with feelings of guilt. A word that has such negative connotation, guilt can be negative and manipulative, and even paralyzing if you allow it to dictate your daily decisions.
Being a new mom takes you on an adventure that is full of surprises and challenges. If you have chosen to breastfeed your baby, you’re probably looking forward to a positive experience, filled with special moments between you and your little one.
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.”
One of the best ways to get breastfeeding support is to work with a Lactation Consultant. This is a certified trained health professional who specializes in helping mothers learn how to breastfeed and fine-tune their technique in order to ensure a healthy and comfortable breastfeeding experience.
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.
Unfortunately, we still read and hear about moms who had a really difficult time breastfeeding with their first baby. This could involve anything from not mastering breastfeeding in the first few days to ongoing breastfeeding problems or worries about low milk supply.
As the weather gets warmer, you may be itching for some much-needed “me-time” out on the town. After months of being highly focused on caring for an infant, and spending hours in yoga pants and baggy (or no) tops, it’s time for a change.