By Linda Albert
Being pregnant is one of the most beautiful periods of the life of any woman, but still there are some side effects that you have to deal with. There are the heartburns, frequent urination, constipation, bloating, and we shouldn’t forget about morning sickness either (not that we could). So, how to . . . → Read More: Tips For Making Morning Sickness Disappear
By Jaimie Leader-Goodale I was lucky enough to be asked to “test drive” Cake’s Cheesecake Nursing Bra for a Mother’s Boutique. I’m a 42 I-J depending on the bra, so it’s a good test for us fuller figured gals who have trouble finding a good nursing bra. In the past I’ve worn . . . → Read More: Full-Figured And Fabulous!
By Vanessa T
I chose this title because it perfectly described my daughter Madeline and me at different times during our pregnancy and breastfeeding journey together. During my pregnancy in 2003, many people asked me if I would breastfeed her and I answered honestly, that I was not yet sure how I would feed . . . → Read More: The Reluctant Nurser
By Julie Howard
It was Thanksgiving 2009 and I was on hospital bed rest “for the long haul” I had been told. I had Pre-eclampsia and was on my last day of my 28th week as a first time mom, and was determined to make it to 34 weeks which my OB had said . . . → Read More: The Most Important Gift For My Son
By Sarah Edstrom
I met Sarah on Twitter – I can’t remember how it came up, but I learned that she had relactated so that she could provide her baby with breastmilk. I just had to know more, so Sarah agreed to share her story on my blog. Below is my interview with . . . → Read More: Relactation – A Breastfeeding Story
By Lisa Rainer
Last week I took my 3-year-old son to a speech appointment at a local elementary school. The meeting was scheduled to last about 1 hour and since it was his first assessment, I wanted to be there with him the whole hour.
The meeting was held in a large classroom that . . . → Read More: Does Breastfeeding Make You Feel Uncomfortable?
By Maria Rainier
Moms, you know it’s important to keep your family healthy. There are many different ways to do this, including exercise, spending time together, and keeping a clean home, but your family also needs to eat healthy food in order for everyone to feel their best. And that means providing healthy food . . . → Read More: Healthy and Fun Meals for Kids: Nourishing Now and Learning for Later