There are offenders like caffeine and chocolate on this list, but some others may surprise you!
Baby poop comes in a whole range of colors and shapes. Let’s talk about what’s normal and what may be a reason for concern.
From our “10 On” content series, we’re discussing latching. Click here to learn what to do when your baby isn’t latching.
Having a newborn is exciting! Yes, it is also a lot of work, we know, but the excitement and feeling of joy should quash all that. Although, you may also be worried and wondering how to do things and what you actually need to do, especially in your first month. If one of your questions
Three reasons why your baby is rejecting your frozen or stored breast milk (hint: it could be Lipase)
If baby is rejecting frozen or stored breast milk, it could be an excess of lipase. These lactation consultant tips can help save the day (and the milk!).
How much is being spent to research breast milk and baby formula? Not enough, says our scientific community.
Next on our 10: On series, weaning. Weaning baby from breastfeeding can be emotional, but we’ve got some tips to make it possible.
Next on our “10 On” content series, we’re discussing sleep regression. We’ve got 10 things to know about why your baby’s sleep routine is on its head.
Next on our “10 On” content series, we’re discussing supplementing. We’ve got the info if you’re ready to add formula to your breastfeeding routine.
Next on our 10: On series, introducing solids. It’s a milestone for baby and you, so we’re helping with tips to add food to baby’s diet.
Here are 10 things to know about gas. From spit-up to probiotics, we’re here to help you troubleshoot your baby’s discomfort.
Food allergies are becoming more common worldwide. Here are 10 things to know about allergies in babies and children.
Welcome to our new “10 On” content series where our team of medical experts vetted and approved 10 quick tips and facts on top baby topics, no long form article necessary. We’re kicking it off with poop, of course! If you have any questions about your baby’s poop you should check this out.
Breastfeeding was hard, but supplementing with formula made it a little easier.
What inspired Tennessee mom of two, Mallory Whitmore, to create now influential Instagram account that hopes to de-stigmatize formula and help formula feeding parents with the information that she felt was lacking online. by Mallory Whitmore, Mom of two and creator of @TheFormulaMom It happened without me realizing it at first— friends of friends would
Whether it’s ‘baby blues’ or postpartum depression, let’s talk symptoms and treatment for new moms.
Getting pregnant changes everything. The second that test produces two little lines, it’s no longer just you, it’s you and the baby. It’s exciting, intimidating, nerve-wracking, and heart-warming all wrapped into one gigantic emotion that’s virtually impossible to describe. Pregnancy also changes the way people interact with you. From the moment you announce you’re expecting
Whether nursing has been an enjoyable journey for you or a straight up struggle, you’re nearing the one year mark and wondering if there’s genuine benefit in continuing. Everyone, and we mean everyone, has an opinion about how you feed your baby, including how long you decide to breastfeed. Breastfeeding acceptance and normalization is different
The beauty of breastfeeding can be described in a wide variety of ways. It’s beautiful and rewarding – and yet difficult, frustrating, and challenging too! That’s where sometimes, it may be helpful to take advantage of a breastfeeding tool under the guidance of your physician or lactation consultant. Introducing the nipple shield! As we deep
Ring, ring! Who wants the 411 on cell phones and breastfeeding? Let’s talk about using your cell phone while breastfeeding. It seems kind of like a pretty normal thing to do, right? Well if you are a parent in 2020, that seems to be the case. However, it’s actually a widely debated topic for you
Sleep is a beautiful thing, and for your baby, it’s more important than ever! But, is there such a thing as too much sleep? When it comes to the development of your baby, it can be kind of hard to tell. So, allow us to shed some light on this subject! Together, we’re going to
There is no one size fits all to a feeding journey. Modern parents face many modern problems- read through some of them here.
by Karen Gill, Milk Drunk Contributor Many mothers experience shame and stigma for how they feed their infants, feeling pressure to do things a certain way, which can affect well being. Stigma is a set of negative and unfair beliefs that a group holds; a social phenomenon rooted in social relationships and shaped by the
by Karen Gill, Milk Drunk Contributor I’ve always believed breast is best and I was determined to breastfeed our twins. I watched YouTube videos, read the books, and talked to people about it. Nothing prepared me for how our feeding journey unfolded. At 29 weeks my waters broke in my office, I rushed to the