This is a tough topic to talk about - but very important to cover. This is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and we know many moms who have suffered through this - here are some ways you can help a woman going through this ordeal.
Do you bring your baby to a major sports event? The Olympic games have ended, but hockey, baseball and football games are in full swing in the US right now and many women - including moms - even nursing moms - attend these events but there is some controversy stirring over this topic.
Asthma affects nearly ten percent of children and teens in the United States, is the third leading cause of hospital stays and is a major cause for missed school days. Breastfeeding may be able to combat this chronic childhood disease, however.
Deciding to utilize day care for your child is not an easy decision and preparing for the first day at the new caregiver can bring anxiety. As a mom who has used many forms of child care over the years, here are some tips for managing that first day starting at a new day care center with your baby.
New moms sometimes expect nursing to happen very easily for them. We sometimes think it's such a natural thing, that it must "just happen" and there won't be any troubles or delays in developing a good latch and a nursing relationship. Unfortunately, anything with tremendous worth usually comes with tremendous work - and nursing a newborn is no different.
Having a new baby at home is exciting and wonderful….deciding who will care for your new baby when you return to work is exciting but maybe not so wonderful. Imagining another pair of arms caring for your little loved one can be very difficult but here are some guidelines to help you find the right fit for your family.