There’s no nice way to say what we’re about to say, so we’re just going to come out with it: your nipples get pretty battered during breastfeeding and pumping. We’re here to tell you...there IS a better way, mama! In fact...we’ve got two better ways for you, specifically formulated for your new mom nipples AND your experienced breasts.
Revisit the days of Rainbow Brite (we're talking to you, 80's babies!) when you're thinking of nursery decor. Babies won't be able to see color for the first couple of months, so having those soothing hues in their room won't mean anything to them at first. But once their color vision kicks in, give them something fun to see in their nursery. Check out these tips for a brightly-colored nursery!
Take a break from the seriousness of life and follow these mom comedians who can turn the mundane and the utterly embarrassing moments of parenthood into comedic gold.
Cluster feeding is a term used to describe when a breastfed baby will want to nurse multiple times in a row. They may pull off and immediately start rooting or showing hunger cues. Cluster feeding can sometimes occur with no breaks in between, just a constant switch from side to side. Or, there may be short 10 or 15 minute breaks between feedings before baby is looking to breastfeed again.
Adapted from guest blogger MaKenzie Schienebeck, edited for length and clarity. Warning: description of pregnancy loss/miscarriage.
Should you use washable, reusable nursing pads or disposable nursing pads? We’re here to help you decide what may work best for you, your baby, and your lifestyle. The biggest plus? Both are good for your planet and the planet you’ll leave behind for that little one in your arms.