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How I Didn’t Let Tongue Tie End My Breastfeeding Story Baby B was my third baby. I thought I knew what there was to know about breastfeeding. I’d done it before. However, there I was. Sleep deprived, irritable and feeling like something wasn't right. I hadn’t slept...read more
Catching Up Hello mamas! Long time, no read! We bought a new house. We went from not seriously looking to moved in less than eight weeks. It has been a whirlwind at our house. Now that we are settled, well, sorta settled, in our new home, I will be blogging regularly...read more
When I was pregnant with my first child, breastfeeding was something I just assumed would happen. It never occurred to me that I wouldn’t be able to nurse my child. I had a scheduled c-section due to my severe Crohn’s disease. Once I was all stitched up we tried to...read more
Going Dairy Free for Your Breastfeeding Baby I learned quickly that going dairy free for your breastfeeding baby could be very helpful when a baby is very fussy. Early in my lactation career, I got a call from a mom that went like this: Mom: My baby cries all the...read more
There are many things you do that encourage a good milk supply. There are also things you can eat that can decrease your milk supply. Eating peppermint has a powerful effect on milk supply. In fact, this is one of the suggestions I make to moms who have too much milk...read more
Milky Minute - Breastfeeding Failure and Guilt Don't Let it be a Thing I did a consult with a mom recently. As I got her history she said she was exclusively pumping and bottle feeding. She said she ran out of patience with the problems they were having with latch. I...read more