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Breastmilk Composition: What Is It Made Of?


Anna | June 22, 2021 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

Breastmilk is nothing short of incredible. Researchers have found that breastmilk has more than 200 components, some of which they have yet to discover what they do.

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How to Get a Breastpump from Insurance


Anna | June 2, 2021 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

Using a pump can be a great resource when breastfeeding, whether you use it occasionally or full-time. Did you know that you can get a breast pump for free?! Read more to learn how.

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Waiting and Ready for PPD: Anna’s Story


Anna | May 28, 2021 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

I knew that I was at higher risk of Postpartum Depression (PPD) after having my twins due to experiencing infertility and have multiples. My husband and I were watching for signs of it.

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Breastfeeding Tips for Taking Care of a Toddler & a Newborn


Anna | May 12, 2021 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

Making the jump from one kid to two kids (or one to three like I did) can be daunting. You may ask yourself: how am I going to do this? This question may especially arise if you’re planning to breastfeed. Let’s face it. Breastfeeding requires us to slow down a bit (most of the time,...

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PMADs: Evi’s Story


Anna | May 6, 2021 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

The following story shows what PMADs (Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders) can look like. No experience is the same. The information shared in this post is in no way a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment. Below you will read the experience of Evi Figgat.

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10 Ways for Partners to Support Breastfeeding


Anna | December 3, 2020 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

I know that a mom is much more likely to continue breastfeeding when she has a supportive partner from things I have learned and read. As mentioned in my course, mamas are four times more likely to continue breastfeeding when they leave the hospital if they have a supportive partner.

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The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Baby


Anna | November 11, 2020 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

There are many benefits to breastfeeding for the mama, and there are notable and vital benefits for baby. Due to the incredible components found in breastmilk, including antibodies, anti-viruses, anti-parasites, anti-allergies, enzymes, and so much more, it can keep baby healthy.

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The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom


Anna | November 4, 2020 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

We’ve all heard the trite phrase: “breast is best,” but have you considered why someone might offer that unsolicited advice at your baby shower? There is a reason why that phrase came to be; some of the benefits for the mama you’ll find astounding. 

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6 Ways to Prepare for Breastfeeding Before Having Your Baby


Anna | October 28, 2020 | Breastfeeding Blog, Postpartum Blog Posts

Breastfeeding is natural; however, it does not always come naturally for you or your baby. Doing the following six things before your baby arrives will help you start your breastfeeding journey on the right foot.

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