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Three Things You Need To Know About Oversupply

Nine years ago, I remember sitting down to breastfeed my son. I smiled at him as he latched to the breast…and then watch as he immediately came off coughing and choking, getting sprayed in the face with milk in the process. That’s when I realized that I was a breastfeeding mom who had an oversupply of milk...

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Skin to Skin: When to Do It, And Why

The benefits of skin to skin are many for mom and baby. Think of it this way – we are not like horses, we don’t give birth and see our babies running around two hours later. Our babies are born helpless, and they don’t realize they are born in the time of stroller and car seats, swings, etc. So for babies, they are expecting to be held. A lot. Skin to skin is where they are biologically wired to be. It is nature’s way of protecting baby.

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