Five most asked questions for Nurse and Lactation Consultant— Jadah Parks Chatterjee

It’s all about breastfeeding and formula for this lactation consultant extraordinaire! Parents have so many questions and she’s got answers.

Formula Feeding and Breastfeeding: Can You Do Both?

Can you breastfeed and formula-feed a baby? The short answer? Absolutely, and it’s called “combination feeding.” But, of course, we’re not here to only give out the short answer. We already know there’s too much that goes into motherhood that demands further explanation, and you deserve all of the information on combination feeding you can

How to Switch Baby from Breastmilk to Formula?

There are lots of reasons you may want to switch your baby from breastmilk to formula. At the end of the day, your “why” isn’t important. You know what’s best for your baby, and you know how to make the right decisions for their health.  Once you’ve decided to make this change, it’s important to

Is it OK to breastfeed during the day and give formula at night?

Formula feeding at night sounds like a great option for a lot of breastfeeding parents for many reasons. Does combo feeding make sense for you?

Best Formula for Breastfed Babies: How to Supplement with Formula

Ready to supplement or transition off breast milk? Here’s our how-to guide on choosing a formula and transitioning with ease.

Combo Feeding- How to Extend Your Breastfeeding Journey with Formula

Combo feeding is a great way to go when you want to extend breastfeeding by using formula.

Feeding Has Been Hard— Does Your Baby Have a Lip Tie?

If feeding is difficult and you’re wondering “does my baby have a lip tie” read here for tips and treatment info.

I finally gave myself “permission” to supplement with formula…and I wish I did sooner

Breastfeeding was hard, but supplementing with formula made it a little easier.

Combination Feeding: When To Start and How To Make The Introduction

If you’ve been exclusively breastfeeding since your baby was born, the idea of combination feeding may be new to you.  Combination feeding simply means giving your baby both breastmilk and formula. If the word “formula” scares you, don’t be alarmed. Many exclusively breastfeeding moms fear the use of formula, and worry that it will somehow

Is Formula Poop Different Than Breast Milk Poop?

Let’s talk about infant feeding… and the poop that comes with it. You can’t have one without the other, right? Although, this time we’re not necessarily discussing what your precious baby is eating. Nope! Instead, we’re analyzing what leaves your baby’s digestive tract and how you can determine if it’s normal and healthy. We’ll even

It’s OK to Supplement Your Baby: A Pediatrician’s Perspective

by Dr. Jacqueline Winkelmann, a board-certified pediatrician who has been on staff at CHOC Children’s and CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital in Orange County, California since 2001, where she has held many leadership positions, most recently as Chief-of-Staff and Member of the Board of Directors. Congratulations! Your bundle of joy is finally here! You’ve prepared