Becoming a mom can be one of the most special and challenging things you've ever done, because it involves so much hard work including caring and breastfeeding, which will make moms sacrifice mentally and physically. Sometimes, moms can be so lonely when they have to go through all these all by themselves. We know, we understand, so we bond to support. It's an unbreakable warm chain, starting from Momcozy, to bond all moms together. Only if you need, Momcozy is here.
August is World Breastfeeding Awareness Month
August is World Breastfeeding Awareness Month. It is a period when the world celebrates breastfeeding, encouraging more women to breastfeed for overall better child development.
To celebrate this meaningful month, Momcozy partnered with photographer Alicia Samone for the annual gASP Breastfeeding photoshoot which took place on August 6th in East Valley and Ashley Castle, Arizona. The event, which happened during World Breastfeeding Week and National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, was organized to help raise awareness and normalize breastfeeding with moms.
Breastfeeding is not as easy as usually talking, it’s hard, really really hard!
When you are waking at night with drenched tops, when you are being driven crazy with engorged breasts at no complete emptying by your baby, when you are tortured by pain from clogged ducts, these excruciating experiences can only be gone through all by yourselves, just like a smothering moan buried beneath the normal you because nobody will truly understand. But we do, we always listen and are always ready to help and support.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 the time spent with your little one!
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 criticize yourself too often. Don't ask too much from yourself; feeding your baby already takes enough of your time and energy every day.