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How Much Should My Baby Eat Daily in the First Year?

Our article How Much Should I Be Feeding My 7 Week Old? gained so much interest, we figured we should follow up with another baby feeding article around what your baby should eat at other ages with in the first year for example 13 weeks, 26 weeks, 39 weeks, and 52 weeks. All newborns are […]

Changes in Breasts from Breastfeeding

Written by Samantha Sorden Your breasts constantly change throughout your life; they fluctuate depending on your estrogen and progesterone levels during your menstrual cycle, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. These hormone levels determine the amount of fluid in your breasts, causing changes in shape and size. Your breasts are made up of fatty tissue, which becomes […]

Storing Expressed Breast Milk

Breast milk is the best food you can feed your baby; it contains key nutrients that help your baby fight diseases, enhance cognitive and behavioral development, and keep your baby healthy. Safely storing expressed breast milk allows you to continue feeding your baby on demand and ensures that your baby receives proper nourishment when you […]

How Do I Know My Baby is Getting Enough Milk?

A common concern for new moms is milk production. How do you know that you are producing enough milk to properly nourish your baby? This concern is likely rooted in the fact that we live in a bottle-feeding culture and as such, we have been taught to measure and control how much food a baby […]

Milk Banks and Online Milk Sharing

If bottles of extra breast milk take up a majority of your freezer space, perhaps you should consider making a donation to your local milk bank to help other infants in need. North America is home to 11 milk banks, organizations generally associated with hospitals, where mothers like you can donate their extra expressed milk. […]

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