It's often said that the only thing that's needed for breastfeeding is a breast and a baby! For the most part, that's very true. In it's simplest form, breastfeeding is a free, ready-to-eat built-in system that works simply and naturally without the need for anything extraneous.
My daughter is now two and a half months old and this will be my last blog entry for this site. I thought a lot about how I would like to explain this part of my baby journey, what kind of "ending" might capture being a new mother. If you have been reading my entries since the beginning, you'll reme
You often hear that, when you’re pregnant, you’re eating for two. Though this is true, ironically, itactually takes less calories to create a child than to breastfeed one! When a mother isbreastfeeding, it is common to feel hungrier than you were when pregnant, have more cravings,and even need more
End of pregnancy and birth can be tough, hard work. And as many been-there parents will share, the hard work only continues from that point forward. While the postpartum time is not difficult for everyone, most parents describe feeling unaware of and unprepared for the many challenges that take plac