Helping breastfeeding moms with their breastfeeding plans, and work through their breastfeeding challenges by providing them with education and support in a place that is inclusive, accepting and non-judgemental.
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Ouch! Whichever condition you are worried about, it hurts. It doesn't look right. It doesn’t feel right. You may be trying to figure out whether you have a plugged duct or a full-blown case of mastitis. You want to find out if there’s anything you can do about it....read more
Breastfeeding is hard! Breastfeeding is easy! You will hear both of these proclamations. Which is it? The truth is it can be hard for some mamas, and it can be easy peasy for others. I’m going to share ten steps that can make your breastfeeding journey easier. I am...read more
The End of Your Breastfeeding Journey Weaning from breastfeeding can take many different paths. It may be your decision. You had a goal to breastfeed for a certain length of time and may be looking forward to weaning. On the other hand, you may be really enjoying...read more
I had my first baby, Tessa, on August 9, 1998, in Danbury, Connecticut. My husband and I took breastfeeding prep classes and read at least four different books on the subject. After Tessa was born things seemed to be going well, but within one day my nipples were...read more
Spit Happens Does your baby have reflux? Most babies do. Reflux means that your baby spits up. When people say their baby has reflux, they may mean that he has GERD, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, which means that a baby not only spits up, but is in pain, or...read more
Your nipples are probably going to get sore at some point during your breastfeeding journey. That's an irritating truth (pun intended). I wrote a whole article about it, which you can read here https://breastfeedingconfidential.com/sore-nipples What I want to talk...read more