We love when network TV shows address breastfeeding and the trials of new motherhood. This week’s episode of “The Mindy Project” showcased the feeling many moms experience when they try to breastfeed their baby in public.
This week marks National Midwifery Week and I am a big fan of my midwives. Today’s action from the American College of Nurse-Midwives is to Take Action and Spread the Word, so I am taking that to heart. Here are five of the top reasons I think every woman should see a midwife for care.
Moms Pump Here is excited to announce and share our new Australian partner, Baby Bee Hummingbird! We recently caught up with Founder, Amy McGlade, about her booming business for mums all over the world.
“Turning a truly beloved hobby into a business is the hardest thing I have ever done,” says Midwife, Nurse and Founder of Baby Bee Hummingbird, Amy McGlade. In a unique business industry, Amy started crafting baby keepsakes for family and friends, out of placenta, umbilical cords, ashes and breast milk into Heirloom Jewelry, she lovingly refers to them as Gems.
WooHoo! If a nursing mom at Super Bowl LII in 2018 needs to nurse or pump when she’s in Minneapolis, there will be a lactation suite available. This would make the Minnesota Vikings the first NFL franchise to provide lactation suites in an NFL Stadium.
We nursing moms know that breastmilk is best, but several articles recently published by well-regarded research groups have shaken some of our thoughts about the topic. I reached out to Bundoo’s OB/GYN Jennifer Lincoln (who is also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) on the topic.