Both you and your baby benefit from breastfeeding but it can be hard work. Here you'll learn how to breastfeed your baby and get expert breastfeeding tips. You'll also learn about breast milk, breast pumping, and when it's time to start weaning.
This mom blogger depicts each stage of a breast's life, from perky to saggy, in hilarious illustrations.
Breastfeeding is worth trying. So you don't freak out when you fill up, we'll walk you through it.
Whether you offer baby the breast or a bottle, we'll help you past the feeding and nursing roadblocks. Learn how to breastfeed by trying four popular breastfeeding positions (cradle, cross-cradle, side-lying, and football) to find the best one for you and baby. For moms who are bottlefeeding, get basic tips on how to choose a formula and other ways to position your newborn.
Breast is best, but introducing some formula may actually help you keep nursing longer.
Breastfeeding will be more relaxed for both you and your baby when he has a good latch from the get-go. We can help you make that happen.
Make sure that your body is producing enough milk for baby.
Nursing your baby is no easy feat. Luckily, we've rounded up the only breastfeeding tips you'll ever need, from the experts who've figured out the smartest tricks, shortcuts, and solutions.
Here's how to overcome common nursing problems and keep on breastfeeding.
Thanks to new laws and companies making cool lacatation stations, airports will be friendlier to nursing mothers in the near future.
Thanks to pumping, your baby can benefit from your breast milk when you're not around. Here's how to get the hang of this handy technique.
How your breasts change from pregnancy to breastfeeding and back.
Pediatricians recommend breastfeeding until baby is at least a year old -- but many moms keep going beyond that. Discover the pluses of extended breastfeeding.
Make breastfeeding easier by mastering the latch.
Sharing breast milk has become easier and more popular than ever before. But is it safe for you and for your baby?
Find out how to do this common breastfeeding position.
Find out how to do five common breastfeeding positions.
An Arkansas mom noticed her breastmilk changed when her baby was sick.
This breastfeeding mom got a little support from an unexpected source.
We've heard before that breastfeeding has health benefits for moms as well as their babies, but new research has uncovered even more long-term pluses for mamas who choose this route.
Introducing your baby to a sippy can be simple with our smart advice.
To the uninitiated, breastfeeding seems like a piece of cake: Place baby on boob, do crossword puzzles for the next 20 minutes, repeat. But for many of us moms, this natural act is anything but second nature. Luckily, help is just a touchscreen away. We rounded up some of the best nursing apps for new moms; whether you have burning questions about milk supply or need to find a spot to nurse alfresco, take a look.
The recommended daily calorie intake for nursing women is about 330 calories (or roughly 1/4) more than what they consumed before pregnancy. Here are our tips for getting those calories the smart way.