When I was a brand new mom, all I thought about was breastfeeding.
Am I ever going to get this down? Will baby ever get this down? Why does it still hurt? Should I be pumping? When do I … Read more Continue reading →
As we kick off 2014, which is sure to be filled with even more informative and interesting posts, we wanted to recap our first 6 months here at Minute For Mom. For our fabulous readers of past and present, we … Read more Continue reading →
We stumbled upon this fun breastfeeding video and just had to share with all. A tutorial, comedy and well known beat make this video too good to pass up. This gem was created by TaNefer Lumukanda, an International Board Certified … Read more Continue reading →
There really are pros and cons when your baby refuses a bottle or pacifier. At 18 months old, I appreciate not having my daughter reliant on a binky or paci to comfort her. It is freeing not to worry about … Read more Continue reading →
Baby’s here!! Now what?
For many, the post-delivery days in the hospital are kind of a blur. Nurses are in and out of the room at all times, visitors are stopping in or calling nonstop, and us new mamas are … Read more Continue reading →
As you may have noticed, we dedicated August 1st – 7th to World Breastfeeding Week! We hope you found this week’s posts informative and inspiring. As World Breastfeeding Week 2013 comes to a close, we want to share some … Read more Continue reading →
We’ve all been educated on the benefits of breastfeeding to some extent; benefits to both mom and baby’s physical, mental and emotional needs. And yet, a battle still rages on the topic of where, when and how long a mother … Read more Continue reading →
So, you just had a baby? Congrats! Now, bookmark this page–because if you are anything like me, you will have a lot of nursing-related questions in the next few months!
Let’s address something up-front: Breastfeeding is HARD. We beat … Read more Continue reading →
Like most new moms, I planned to nurse at least a year, and then evaluate my supply, lifestyle, and baby’s preference, to see if we should/could continue. I am realizing now that it is not entirely up to me, and … Read more Continue reading →