Everything you need to know to keep the milk flowing.
Check your baby’s latch. If there’s pain, something’s not right. Leaking is normal - getting nursing pads will help. Plan ahead to make nursing in public easer.
We see you, mama. You’re looking at that large cup of the other liquid gold - hot, steamy coffee. Or maybe it’s that group of people clinking their mimosa glasses as they refill from their bottomless pitcher. Either way, we see you - because we’re right next to you, watching with equal envy.
New mothers are usually wondering when their milk will “come in,” which is a valid concern. The great news? Your milk is always there! Breast milk merely begins to increase in volume with the growth and birth of your baby.