Confessions of a Working Mom: Q&A with Christine Michel Carter

Christine Michel Carter is a working mom on fire! She’s helping moms with some friend to friend advice.

Breastfed, Formula Fed or Donated Milk— One Mom Experiences it All With Seven Kids (+ Two Sets of Twins)

Doula and mother of seven (!!), Lindsey Cipriani, tells all about her feeding journeys.

The mastectomy moms policy gap

Why can mastectomy moms get a free breast pump, but not help with formula? The truth about this insane policy gap from cancer survivors and previvors.

Feeding as a Frontline Worker: Don’t Assume We Can Pump When We Need To

Breastfeeding is hard, especially when moms work in an unsupportive feeding environment.

Don’t Assume We Still Can’t Bond Over a Bottle— Gay Dads Face the Same Pressures over Breastfeeding

The ‘breast is best’ pressure to source breast milk is felt even by gay dads.

Pride as Parents: Trans Dad Trystan Reese Talks Pregnancy, Breastfeeding and His Private Feeding Journey

This dad shares why he and his partner kept their feeding journey a secret long after their pregnancy.

Feeding Triplets: Don’t Assume I Made Enough Milk

Feeding multiples requires a high supply of breast milk, not always possible for every parent.

Feeding after a double mastectomy: Don’t assume I have nipples to breastfeed

When she couldn’t breastfeed after a double mastectomy, this mom went straight to a baby formula she could trust.

What a Feeding Journey Really Looks Like Across Different Parents and Families

There is no one size fits all to a feeding journey. Modern parents face many modern problems- read through some of them here.

Does Feeding Define Who We Are As Moms? A Q&A with Author of ‘Bottled Up,’ Suzanne Barston

Are you planning to bottle feed or breastfeed? Suzanne Barston explains why her view on breastfeeding changed after giving birth.