Your Complete Pumping & Breastfeeding Guide
Learning is Caring
Breastfeeding is amazing in so many ways. From the intense bond it can help you form with your baby in the first hours after birth, to the benefits it has on your baby’s health even into adulthood, there’s a reason breast milk is called “liquid gold.”
But let's dispel a myth: it can be neither easy nor immediate. Breastfeeding is a skill that you and your baby learn together, and it can take time to get used to.
So here is a series of educational content for future mothers and new mothers for a successful breastfeeding journey. Regardless of if you opt for breastfeeding or pumping, your breast milk is the best choice for your baby's health. Learn more to enjoy this time spent with your little one!
All About Breastfeeding
Explore and celebrate the journey of feeding your baby – whatever road you take. Join us as we speak to Real Moms about the joys and challenges of feeding their babies. And learn with us as we delve into what you really need to know about nursing, baby poop & more from the experts.
Why is breastfeeding important?
Breastfeeding is a process that facilitates your bonding with your child.
Your breast milk is all the food your baby needs, always at the right temperature and filled with all the best nutrients.
How often should I feed my baby?
You can feed your baby as early and as often as you can.
Most newborns who are formula-fed feed every 2 to 3 hours. As they get bigger and their tummies can hold more milk they usually eat every 3 to 4 hours.
How to take care of myself when breastfeeding?
You're a super mom, even if you probably critcize yourself too often.
Don't ask too much from yourself; feeding your baby already takes enough of your time and energy every day.
You Want To Know About Breastfeeding
You ask, we reply. Find answers to breastfeeding frequent questions.
Breast Milk VS Formula:
How Similar Are They?
Here we will compare formula milk to breast milk. Formula milk is similar to breast milk in many ways, like they both have nutrients, water content and provides energy to your baby. Let’s compare breast milk and formula milk and see which milk is breast for your baby.
If I Wait To Nurse, Will My Milk Supply Increase?
The answer to this question is no. Waiting long to pump or nurse can slowly decrease the production and supply of milk.
When Can My Baby Start Eating Solid Foods?
Are you confused about when you start feeding your baby solid foods? Well, if you are, then you are in the right place. Here is your complete guide to starting your baby on solid foods.
How Do I Know My Baby Is Getting Enough To Eat?
How breastfeeding mothers know if their baby is getting enough to eat at each feeding? However, every baby is unique, but there are some guidelines that every nursing mom should take into account when it is time for a feeding.
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