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Myths

10 Breastfeeding Myths

“Breastfeeding is natural.” Sound familiar? If you assume that breastfeeding is natural, it doesn’t take a leap of faith to accept that breastfeeding must be easy. Why, then, do so many mothers describe breastfeeding as hard? In reality, making milk … Continue reading


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The Benefits of Reading to Your Unborn Baby

We all know the benefits children can reap by being exposed to books. Especially when you start early, reading is proven to help with a child’s language development and increased word recognition, create a positive bond between parent and child, … Continue reading



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Wet-Nurse No More: Modern Milk Sharing 2.0

Back before there was a breast versus bottle debate, women who could not or did not breastfeed were able to choose a third option: breast milk from another mother. In most traditional cultures, this meant wet-nursing, with family members able … Continue reading


Bonding with Papa

Bonding with Papa

Ideally, having a baby is a joyous time – but realistically it can also be a very challenging one. It’s not uncommon for men to find it difficult to adjust to the arrival of a baby and the radical changes … Continue reading


Babywearing Superhero Feature

How Babywearing Made Me a Superhero

Some of my strongest, most self-assured moments have occurred when babywearing. I distinctly remember the first time I took my daughter out to eat as a new mom.  She was just 6 days old. We had family visiting from out … Continue reading




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