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World Breastfeeding Week 2017 – Winners

Journey from a woman to a mom is super thrilling and full of moments. Moments, bonding, love, emotions and learning’s of being a parent is full of surprises. You would have never imagined what kind of experiences you will encounter after you are blessed with your first baby. Earlier it was only about you and...

Best of My Motherhood Journey

There’s nothing that compares to the phenomenal feeling of being a mom. While the journey of motherhood comes with highs and lows, it’s an adventure no mother would like to change. We can’t thank all you moms enough for sharing precious moments from your journey of motherhood with us. While the entries were many and...

The Surprising Truth About Micronutrients and Other Benefits of Breastfeeding

There are many benefits of breastfeeding for both babies and mothers. Breastmilk contains a wide array of immunity boosters that help babies avoid infections. Breastfeeding can help mothers bond with their babies and burn calories to lose that baby weight after pregnancy. But one of the most impressive and underappreciated breastfeeding facts is that breastmilk...

Helping Your Partner Bond with Your Newborn

Parenting is a team sport. It requires great communication, clarity on roles and responsibilities, mutual respect and a shared purpose and desire to win. However each team player has a unique skillset and when it comes to helping husbands and partners bond with your newborn, there has to be agreement on the positions they are...

Debunking 5 More Crazy Breastfeeding Myths You Have Probably Heard

New moms often hear a lot of unsolicited advice about breastfeeding — and unfortunately, some of that well-intentioned breastfeeding advice is totally wrong! You might be hearing a lot of misinformation or confused ideas about breastfeeding. We’ve written before about breastfeeding myths, but here are a few more that may surprise you. Myth: You should...

Nipple Shields When and How to Use Them

In the early stages of breastfeeding, problems with latch-on are not unusual. In fact, issues can arise at any time in the breastfeeding experience. For most mothers, breastfeeding takes a bit of practice! There is a mutual learning curve for moms and babies as they get used to each other and find the right angles...