Posts in Breastfeeding
Nursing Moms Guide to Flying While Breastfeeding

I’m what some may call a frequent flyer. I travel once a month for work by way of airplane. Since having my little one a few months ago I have begun to fly again. Like many moms I had so many questions. One in particular was. “Can I take my pumped milk on a plane?”

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Preparing for Baby’s First Feeding

The time is coming where my little one is ready for his first feeding  (he is 4 months with terrible acid reflux and his pediatrician recommend we start cereal or oatmeal once a day to help him). Babies are ready to start their first feeding between 4-6 months of age. It is recommended you begin with infant rice cereal or oatmeal for starting solids since babies have a sensitive tummy.

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Top Recommended Bottles for Breastfed Babies

Hey mom! I’m going to assume your here because you are trying to figure out what bottle to purchase for your breastfed baby. Remember these are just recommendations and you may find yourself going through a few options till you find the right one. None the less your in the right place.

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How Long Does My Breastmilk Last?

Welcome to the wonderful journey of breastfeeding! Breastfeeding encourages bonding between you and your little one as well as provide tons of nutritional value for baby. If your reading this, chances are you have no idea or need clarity on what to do with your milk once you pump.

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