It can be really difficult as a mum to know what is ‘normal’ in terms of breastfeeding your baby. Often you worry that you’re not feeding them enough, they’re feeding too often, they’re not feeding long enough or they’re feeding for too Read More
It’s always difficult to find that balance when you return to work as a mum. Your priorities and identity and have gone through a major transition. You might have mixed feelings such as guilt at ‘leaving’ your little one, positive Read More
It was one of the most terrifying things I’ve encountered as a new mum; a gummy, sucking and wide open mouth, launching itself at my sore, bleeding and cracked areole. I’d heard that your breasts got sore when breastfeeding, but Read More
It’s always hard at Christmas to know what gifts to get new mums. Do you go practical and – let’s be honest – pretty boring? Or do you splash out on that gorgeous beaded necklace that’ll never be worn because it’s a choking hazard? Read More
I hate expressing milk. I detest doing it and in the 12 months since my daughter was born, I’ve been primarily breastfeeding her. Expressing can be a boring, tedious, time-consuming and often frustrating experience in which Read More
Sometimes, no matter how prepared we think we are when it comes to nursing and expressing, there comes a time when professional help is needed. I struggled with latching, expressing and a slow let-down reflex. It got to the point Read More
Breastmilk is a whole food source that provides infants with complete nutrition for the first six months of life. It provides all the goodness, vitamins, minerals and antibodies that babies need in order to thrive and develop. It is the Read More
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