Although breastfeeding is good for you and your baby, it can be hard on your nipples! Read our advice and tips on nipple care to help keep soreness at bay
As your pregnancy progresses and you start preparing for birth, you may want to write a birth plan. And if you want to breastfeed your baby, this should definitely be on your birth plan checklist
We have collated some science-based information and myth busters regarding the use of dummies.
If you’re a new mom or mom-to-be, the wellbeing of your little one is, without a doubt, your main goal and you want your baby to have a healthy development, both physically and emotionally. When it comes to dummies, there are a lot of theories and opinions out there. Are dummies good for your baby?
Tips, tricks and more for the most common breastfeeding questions The lactation Series: 12 short films that help prepare and support you on your breastfeeding journey – from pregnancy to postpartum. Let’s talk about breastfeeding, the early days: a video series with Prof Paula Meier, PhD, RN. Everything you need to know about breastfeeding before baby arrives and …
When babies are agitated, showing signs of discomfort, it can be heartbreaking. As parents, you will move mountains to comfort our little ones. If simply cradling and rocking doesn’t seem to help, a dummy may be a soothing solution – whether he or she is a newborn, three months old, or even six months old.
Congratulations – you’ve made it through the first crazy month of breastfeeding. Your breast milk is now fully mature,1 your supply is beginning to calm down, and your breasts won’t leak as much, or at all, any more. Don’t worry, you’re not losing your supply – your breasts are just getting more efficient at making and storing milk.2 At …