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 [...]

To Thine Own Self Be True

by: Kimberly Bowman The definition of selfish is: “concerned chiefly or only with oneself, without regard for the well-being of others.” Think about the last [...]

Preparing Big Brother or Sister for a New Sibling

by: Angie Graumenz Parents often take classes to prepare for the arrival of a new baby, but what about siblings? In TMC's sibling class, children [...]

September is Baby Safety Month

By: Stephanie Duhon While young babies are born with several reflexes that help them eat, breathe and react to their new surroundings, they are completely [...]

Schedules and Your Baby

by: Kimberly Bowman Along with everything else to fret about, scheduling is one of the top issues where the typical breastfeeding and formula feeding moms [...]

Guest blog: Creating a Healthy, Green Nursery: Back to the Basics Part II

by: Sherry Azimi First: Love your baby’s sleep I’m not a mother yet, but I am an older sister and have lots of friends with [...]

Guest Blog: Creating a Healthy, Green Nursery: Back to the Basics

by: Sherry Azimi, New Living “There was a time when the safest place for a child was home.” The music begins and the video reads [...]

Top 12 Topics for New Parents in the First 100 Days

by: Meredith Stedham RN, LPC, Educator Sleep: According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the average newborn spends at least 16 hours a day sleeping, [...]

The Importance of Breastfeeding Support

By: Stephanie Duhon The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend that moms exclusively breastfeed their babies for at least the first [...]

No Need to Panic Part III: Plugged Ducts

by: Kimberly Bowman If you notice a hard lump in your breast while breastfeeding do not burst into tears and call the oncologist. Instead, let [...]

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