Did you see the (now viral) clip of the mom sneakily breastfeeding her babe while on live TV! Check it out at Huffpost at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/mom-almost-managed-to-hide-the-fact-that-she-was-breastfeeding-on-live-tv_us_58b50377e4b0a8a9b7859a47 It really is true! Moms become expert multi-taskers, this includes breastfeeding a babe while… putting together and wrapping Christmas gifts, cooking breakfast, playing with your toddler, typing an email, eating… Read More Did you see this!
With the start of football season what better position to talk about this month than the football hold? This position has many benefits and can be a great one to try out for both new breastfeeders as well as experienced mommas. To start, baby is cradled in moms arms along the side of her body… Read More September Position of The Month: Football Hold
Are you a laid back kinda momma? Do you tend to stray from the mainstream? Then this position might be just for you. It’s called laid back nursing or biological nurturing and instead of a specific position, this nursing style can vary from mom to mom. A key component of this position is mom being… Read More August Position of the Month: Laid Back Nursing
This Month’s highlighted position is the cross-cradle hold. This hold is especially helpful for the early days of breastfeeding. It also comes back to be helpful when you have a distracted nursing baby, a fussy baby, a baby that has difficulty maintaining latch or you’re having nipple soreness. Now, I have said before, there is… Read More Position of the Month: Cross-Cradle
EXHAUSTED. The first couple of weeks home with baby are pretty much encompassed by this word. Well, what if we take something you are doing for half the day and make it a little less exhausting. Lie down sister and let that little one latch on while you rest your eyes. This position is great… Read More Breastfeeding Position of the Month: Side-Lying