Baby Feeding Tips
Posted by Chad Carter
As any parent transitioning a little one from baby food to full-time solids knows, babies are picky eaters. There’s no rhyme or reason to what they like or don’t like. As we’re moving into almost exclusively “big boy” foods, we’ve had many fails, some victories, and a whole lot of patience.
Then, we discovered two magic foods…
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
KJ loves to eat, it runs in the family. He has always been a good eater. I have friends who ask me how I get KJ to eat so healthy, and the truth is…
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
Traveling for work as a new mom can be pretty stressful as it is, but add nursing to the mix, and it can be a real challenge.
When my son was just 4 months old, I had to take my first work trip to New York to do a TV segment for a brand I was representing. Although I was going to be gone for less than 24 hours, I remember being so nervous/anxious.
In case you are planning to travel for work and are breastfeeding, here are a few tips that worked for me:
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
When it comes to breastfeeding, I’ve had a bit of a love/hate relationship. I think breastfeeding is a wonderful way to feed little humans, but I also think it can be incredibly challenging. Milk supply issues, poor latch, mastitis…there are just so many things that can make it complicated.
I’m coming from the perspective of a mom who, over the course of having two children, has exclusively breastfed, practiced extended breastfeeding, has supplemented with bottles of formula and donor breast milk, and who has met with multiple lactation consultants, nursing support groups, latch specialists, therapists for nursing issues etc. When it comes to feeding babies, I’ve been there, done that.