As a nursing mom you barely have anytime for yourself, let alone enough time to care for your nursing bra. If you're not pay attention it will start to smell like rotten milk, become full of stains and irritate your skin. But you wear it all the time. Your nursing bra is your life line to sanity when your breasts swell from milk and make breastfeeding accessible every 2 hours, so you don't have to undress.
Exclusive breastfeeding, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) is encouraged up to 6 months of a baby's life to achieve optimal development. It's also well documented that a regular breastfeeding schedule especially the first two months of feeding help prevent mastitis. Many countries around the world encourage moms to breastfeed because of the health benefits for the child. The rules by every country, however, differ when it comes to public breastfeeding. Moms Pump Here has thousands of locations where moms can nurse or pump around the world but what are the rules when it comes to public breastfeeding? We've listed 10 major countries for you.
After giving birth in a hospital there are some free go to items you must have to recover and have to care for your baby. Here's our list of 10 things most hospitals give you for free after giving birth:
Breast milk, aka LIQUID GOLD, is every mom's go to magic potion. So much so we created JustAddBreastMilk for our mamas. But with all the media and nursing mom products out there for breast milk what should mamas know about it?
The Committee on Obstetric Practice for the (ACOG) has finally endorsed the limitation of intervention prior and during birth. According to their issued statement it's recommended doctors collaborate more with mid-wives, nurses and patients instead of automatically prescribing labor induction, epiderals, c-sections and more!
Do you remember the last time you were on an airplane and the flight attendant was running through the safety instructions for the aircraft? Maybe you had your headphones in and were listening to music instead, maybe you were traveling with your family and making sure that everyone had everything they needed, or maybe you were busy responding to emails. In case you missed it, they give you a heads up that some oxygen masks will come down from the ceiling should you need them and, here's the important part, you should always put your mask on before you assist those around you.