Happy National Breastfeeding Month, World Breastfeeding Week, and later this month, Black Breastfeeding Week! This month, we celebrate and inform on all things breastfeeding. Lamaze encourages parents to become informed on the benefits of breastfeeding as well as the how-tos and potential challenges
Earlier this year, Lamaze released the revised, 3rd edition version of our book, Giving Birth with Confidence. (You can check out our full review here.) Since it's release, we've been sharing little snapshots of what's inside -- you can view all the posts in this series here. Throughout the month,
I was all geared up and ready to breastfeed when I had my baby a year ago. While I was not necessarily excited about it, I knew that it was what I wanted for my baby. My personal goal was to exclusively breastfeed for one year and then switch the baby to whole milk. I read books, looked up article
On third babies and simplicity...
Simon is doing great. He is growing like a weed and by his 11th day had already surpassed his birth weight. Nursing has been the area in which I've felt the most comfortable, and I feel that we had a very good rhythm from the get go. Luckily, my milk came in on day
August 1-7 marks the annual World Breastfeeding Week for 2016. This year, the theme focuses on how breastfeeding is a key part of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), established in 2015. The Sustainable Development Goals were created by the world's leaders, and are comprised on 17 goals that aim to