The mom of an infant is having a super hard time with her night wakings and she needs help establishing a healthy sleep plan for her baby daughter.
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.
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?
My baby is sleeping longer at night now. Should I pump or should I sleep?
After a terrible breastfeeding experience with baby #1, how to overcome fears and anxiety about nursing baby #2.
Medical issues mean I have to stop breastfeeding my son. How can I make the process as easy as possible for us both?
Boosting your milk supply after illness, separation or just plain lazy pumping.
Breastfeeding didn’t work out for us, but what do I say to all these nosy strangers who want to know why?
Are underwire bras really the pregnancy/nursing no-no some people make them out to be?
How I went from undersupply to Milk Machine the second time around.
Two boobs, one pump, and two very different experiences.
Not enough milk, too much milk, or just about right? Just call me Goldiboobs and the Three Breastpump Settings.
Postpartum is NOT one-size-fits-all. Even if you’re the only “all” we’re talking about.
Because the weirdness doesn’t end with pregnancy. Join us for the launch of Bounce Back, Amalah’s sequel to Zero to Forty, where postpartum is not a four-letter word.