Must knows for making milk

Must knows for making milk

Must knows for making milk
Planning on breastfeeding or trying to maintain a healthy breast milk supply? You've come to the right place. From learning about breast milk benefits to starting your freezer stash, you'll find it all below.

Can my breast milk not be nutritious enough?

If there's one thing that pushes every single one of my buttons and that I will get into a screaming match about, is a mom being told that she needs to supplement with formula because her "breast milk is not nutritious enough."  Read this very carefully: Just because your mom,...
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What Is Dry Pumping?

The common answer I get to why a mom stopped pumping while struggling with a low supply is "because the last time I pumped, nothing came out". But I can't judge. At all. That's the reason I would skip a feed back in the day at work as well. Why sit...
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Mom Hacks

1: Pumping When Your Baby Is Sick  If your baby is sick, your breast milk will be full of antibodies to help combat the illness. If you pump, write the symptoms of your child on the storage bag and save it in the freezer (can be stored up to a...
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BREASTFEEDING TIPS

Breastfeeding should not hurt. Ever. Yes, the first week is usually difficult when you and your little one are figuring it out. But if you have dry, cracked or just sore nipples after that, she's not latching correctly. We all make the mistake of pushing through the pain, thinking it's...
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STARTING YOUR FREEZER STASH IN 3 EASY STEPS

Hello, Supermom! Starting your freezer stash is painless and super easy if you are doing it the right way. Even if you have no idea how your body will be capable of not only producing enough breast milk to feed your little one, but now have to “over produce” so...
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THE IMPORTANCE OF EMPTYING YOUR BREASTS COMPLETELY AFTER FEEDING OR PUMPING

I keep on stressing the fact to all moms using our lactation bars to increase their milk supply that they have to empty the breast(s) completely after each breastfeeding or pumping sessions. Why? Well, not only is it a great way to collect more milk for your freezer or donation...
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