One mom shares her mastitis story— So what is mastitis, what are the symptoms and what is the treatment?

Mastitis is a painful side effect of breast feeding. Fever, chills and so much more!

How long does it take for my breast milk to dry up?

Whether or not breastfeeding was successful for you, we’ve got tips on how to help dry up your milk supply.

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!).

Surrogacy and Donor Breast Milk: Here’s What You Need to Know

Having a baby via surrogate means you have feeding options; using donor milk is one of them. Milk banks, milk shares and baby formula are other options.

Are There Benefits To Nursing After 12 Months?

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

Nipple Shield: What Is It and How to Use It

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

What’s a “Normal” Amount of Time to Breastfeed?

Breastfeeding is a wonderful experience! It’s also a super personal time to bond with your baby. Although, when it comes to feeding your infant, there’s no clear manual on when to feed them. While we wish this secret manual did exist, we also know that it’s not so simple.  But not to worry! We’ve set