Congratulations... You're finally nearing the end of your pregnancy and there is no better time to start packing your hospital bag than now. Your hospital bag, along with your babies hospital bag are both equally important and should be prepared many weeks prior to your due date. Personally, I ... Read More about Hospital Bag Checklist – What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag
Misconceptions over breastfeeding have prevailed for many generations. Let's put an end to some of the common breastfeeding misconceptions. Top Breastfeeding Misconceptions Formula is just as good as Breastmilk. There is simply no comparison. Not only is breastmilk superior nutritionally, ... Read More about Common Misconceptions of the Breastfed Infant
It's already fairly well known that among western women, a mother who breastfeeds for 24 months (duration for all her children) has a 25% lower chance of developing pre-menopausal breast cancer than a woman who formula feeds her children. Because so few women nurse beyond 12 months, no western ... Read More about Breastfeeding and Breast Cancer
We were asked recently by Ken: Is there an age when a baby should stop breast feeding? What are the problems if a baby is breastfed too long? Short answer: No. There is no age at which a baby should stop breastfeeding. Every benefit attributed to breastfeeding (or conversely, every harm possible ... Read More about When Should a Baby Stop Breastfeeding?
Breastfeeding shouldn't have to be discontinued because of biting. If your baby is biting, you need to find out why, and you can eliminate the biting, and resume a happy nursing relationship! One of the major causes of biting is teething. Is your baby constantly gumming items, drooling, and ... Read More about Taking the Bite out of Breastfeeding
Most new mothers are left confused about how often their babies should nurse. Our formula feeding mothers can expect to feed their newborns every 2-4 hours in general (some babies more frequently, others less frequently). Breastmilk is not like formula. Formula is usually made from cow's milk, ... Read More about Breastfeeding Frequency
Starting solids with your breastfed baby is an important step. It's the first step of weaning, whether you intend to nurse 3 more months or 3 more years...the first bite or taste of food or liquid is baby's first step towards breastfeeding independence. When to Start? At the start of the 20th ... Read More about Starting Solids with Your Breastfed Baby
U*neaks Customizable Footwear and I are teaming up to give one (1) lucky winner a choice to win a pair of sneakers (1) and socks (2), a total value of close to $45. The winner will have the chance to choose (yes, your pick what your favorite) a pair of sneakers (1) and socks (2) for their little ... Read More about U*neaks Giveaway ~ CLOSED
Today Isabella and I made our first snowman and couldn’t wait to use the Snowman Kit she received for Christmas last year. The Northeast got hit with a snow storm with a snow fall of 18-24 inches and there was no way I was going to let it just sit there without making a snowman. The Kit comes with a ... Read More about Snowman Kit Review
Make this bag yours! Baby-Momma and LeSportsac have teamed together to give away a LESPORTSAC LARGE WEEKENDER with a prize value of $108. Baby-Momma is crazy for LeSportsac anything and I want my reader’s to go crazy too! Stylish mommies your bag is here. This weekender features an adjustable ... Read More about LeSportsac Bag Giveaway!