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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 [...]

How to monitor your baby’s growth, wellbeing and breastfeeding IN ISOLATION!

By |April 8th, 2020|Categories: Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding|

I'm having a COVID-19 virtual special for women with newborns in isolation. Head here to check it out and sign up! All over the world people are still facing lockdowns and restrictions as they navigate [...]

Pregnancy, breastfeeding and COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By |March 26th, 2020|Categories: Creative Breastfeeding, Is It Safe...|

*This article is to provide general information and is not medical advice. Contact your health care professional for more information. There is never a time we feel more vulnerable than when we become mothers. Suddenly [...]

What to do when your baby won’t latch

By |March 11th, 2020|Categories: Breastmilk and Formula, Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding, Cup Feeding, Low Supply and Relactation, Tongue/Lip Ties and Breastfeeding|

When we have our babies and are planning to breastfeed, it can be heartbreaking and frustrating when our baby just won't latch on. Mothers will often think, "What is wrong with me?! What am I [...]

Do I REALLY have to worry about foremilk and hindmilk?

By |December 18th, 2019|Categories: Common Breastfeeding Challenges, Creative Breastfeeding|

"You have to wait and let your breasts fill up for three hours before you feed again. If you feed them too quickly then your milk won't be fatty enough." "Your milk is too watery. [...]


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