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People blame everything on breastfeeding!

By |December 14th, 2020|Categories: Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding|

Something wrong? Blame breastfeeding and tell them to wean! Any health care professional who advises a mother to just, "wean" their child abruptly, has NO idea what that would actually look like. I often hear [...]

Why is my friend’s baby sleeping and on a schedule and mine isn’t?!

By |November 14th, 2020|Categories: Attachment Parenting, Creative Breastfeeding, Sleep Challenges|Tags: , , , , , , , |

So, imagine yourself sitting around a circle with other mothers. And as per usual, the conversation turns to how much our babies are sleeping and how often they are feeding. I'm sure this isn't hard [...]

Paced bottle feeding your breastfed baby

By |October 19th, 2020|Categories: Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding|

Have you heard of paced bottle feeding? This is a way of bottle feeding which you can do for any baby. However, for breastfed babies or babies who are primarily breastfed but have bottles when [...]

The single most effective way to increase your supply!

By |August 13th, 2020|Categories: Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding, Low Supply and Relactation|Tags: , , , |

I've written a lot about low supply over the years. How to increase supply, how to drop supplements, myths surround low milk supply...and how YES, low supply is actually A THING! However there is something [...]

Digestive overload and overfeeding…it this actually a thing?!

By |August 11th, 2020|Categories: Baby Reflux and Spitting Up, Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding|

Every once in awhile something breastfeeding related goes a bit viral and I start to get an influx of questions about a particular topic or start seeing it more in my newsfeed from sponsored posts. [...]

No. You don’t have to leave your child alone and crying to go to sleep.

By |July 22nd, 2020|Categories: Creative Breastfeeding, Sleep Challenges|Tags: , , , , |

I read an article recently that almost made me cry. It's about a celebrity that is really struggling to get her toddler to sleep. My heart breaks for her for two reasons. Firstly, because I [...]

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