An expectant mom needs help sorting out her toddler’s nap schedule without too much disruption especially before the new baby arrives. Which is basically any minute now.
I am trying to welcome this new phase. After 20 months of breastfeeding, letting go of the latch is both hard and good.
A mom of a four-month old baby needs help with starting to set a nap schedule with her daughter as well as getting her to fall asleep drowsy without nursing.
A mom needs help gently weaning her toddler son who can’t fall asleep without breastfeeding.
A FTM mom is not ready to wean her breastfed infant but needs a break from the non-stop nursing when she is home from her her part-time work. What are her options?
A new and breastfeeding mom is being food shamed by her husband for her increased appetite and postpartum body. She needs help on talking to him.
A new mom who is exclusively pumping is looking for advice on how to increase her breast milk production.
Midwives are telling this mom that she will probably have difficulty breastfeeding post an elective c-section. She wants to know if that’s true?
This new and first-time mother is upset and sad because her breastfeeding relationship with her baby has come to an end sooner than she expected.
A mom would like to partially wean her toddler but she throws temper tantrums and the mom ultimately gives in because it’s nursing related. She needs help following through.
Bottles, boobs and sippy cups, oh my!
There aren’t a ton of nursing pillow options on the market and mothers seems to have diehard opinions about the one they have chosen for themselves. We review and compare the Boppy, My Brest Friend and Leacho Natural Boost nursing pillows.
I tried three different nursing covers to see if one of them would help me feel more comfortable with breastfeeding in public spaces. Read what makes my favorite nursing cover special.
Help! My baby will only nap in a running car or while nursing. How can I help him develop more practical napping habits?
I can’t pump enough milk for my baby and I’m tired of driving myself crazy over it. Can I nurse and use formula…and learn to be okay with that?
Many infant sleep experts like to tub thump against letting your baby fall asleep while nursing. Is it really such a bad habit? How do you break it?
It’s been a week since my daughter nursed! Is this a strike or the end of breastfeeding?
My baby is sleeping longer at night now. Should I pump or should I sleep?
What’s safe? What’s not? And how can you possibly know for sure?
After a terrible breastfeeding experience with baby #1, how to overcome fears and anxiety about nursing baby #2.