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Mothers need nutrient-dense meals and snacks in order to replace the nutrients lost during pregnancy (that were used to build the baby!) and to provide nutrient-rich breast milk.Read More
Sleep apnea and pregnancy are dangerous for both mama and baby. It increases the risk of preeclampsia and heart problems. Learn how to detect sleep apnea symptoms and how to properly treat it.Read More
Checkout Danielle's recipe and other resources for a healthy pregnancy and postpartum care!Read More
Erica, IBCLC, shares what moms should know when visiting a Lactation Consultant...Read More
Learn the signs of Postpartum Depression from a professional Lactation ConsultantRead More
As new mamas, we have a lot to think about and one area that can easily consume our thoughts is feeding our little ones. It can be easy to focus solely on what our baby needs and forget that what we need to feed ourselves. It is important to remember that we eat will directly impact how and what we are able to feed our baby.Read More
A new baby can mean less time to spend on you. Between changing diapers and breastfeeding the little one, it is easy to forget to feed yourself. Remember taking care of yourself is most important so that you’re energized and ready to take on the tasks that life throws at you with a new baby at home.Read More
Donating breast milk. Three words that have been forever stamped into my being and have changed my life. To this day I have donated over 17,000 ounces of my excess breast milk to over 30 different mamas in several different states. However, most first-time moms don’t know about this side of motherhood – I sure didn’t!Read More
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