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What to Expect During a Home Lactation Consultation Visit

Timing is everything. It’s important to try to schedule our visit for when your baby is hungry. We will work with his/her schedule as best [...]

Should I Breastfeed My Baby?

Feeding your infant, whether it is breast milk or formula, provides more than just nutrition. Most parents enjoy feeding as it gives you a chance [...]

The Nursing Baby Runs the Show

By: Renee Bowling RN, Certified Breastfeeding Educator Babies are born to breastfeed, and when they are unable to do their job it might be due [...]

Breastfeeding Myths – Part 2

By: Renee Bowling RN, Certified Breastfeeding Educator Nursing a baby can be one of the greatest experiences a mother can have, but can also be [...]

Breastfeeding Myths – Part 1

By: Renee Bowling RN, Certified Breastfeeding Educator Nursing a baby can be one of the greatest experiences a mother can have, but can also be [...]

Breastfeeding and the New Health Care Reform

The new Health Care Reform is helping to increase breastfeeding rates for mothers and babies. In order to assist women with breastfeeding difficulties, most insurance [...]

Stop Breastfeeding? Want to Begin Again?

Having second thoughts after stopping breastfeeding? The road to re-lactation will require a lot of time, energy and patience, but will definitely be worth the [...]

November is Premature Birth Awareness Month

by: Renee Bowling RN, CBE November is Premature Birth Awareness month. In 2006, the Preemie Act was initiated by the Federal Government to improve the [...]

2012 Breastfeeding Conference: The Latest Research

by: Renee Bowling, RN, CBFE I was extremely lucky to be able to attend a breastfeeding conference recently in San Antonio, TX. The 3 presenters [...]

Guest Post: New Mommy Eating

by: Sherry Duson, M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Item number 1 on the Well Mom Checklist is “Have I Had Enough [...]

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