How & When to Start Expressing Milk

How and When to Start Expressing Milk

Pregnancy can be confusing as well as overwhelming. It comes at you out of nowhere and suddenly creates an urge within you to be the world’s best mother to your newborn baby. The first and foremost thing that all mothers have a hard time mastering is Breastfeeding. While it is scientifically and traditionally proven that breast milk and breastfeeding does wonder, some mothers may never have considered expressing milk. This is because the beautiful and unique bond that the mothers

Baby-led Breastfeeding | Complete Guide

Baby-led Breastfeeding

Do you know babies are born with the innate ability for knowing how to breastfeed? It just comes naturally to them. Amazing, isn’t it? While this seems to be astonishing to us, it really is that way.  Following inborn instincts in reaction to physical cues received through touch with the mother’s body, all newborn babies know how to discover and latch to their mother’s nipples. While breastfeeding is a common term here, “baby-led breastfeeding” appears to be something new. If you

Best Way to Wind a Baby

Best Way to Wind a Baby

Burping or winding your baby is an essential component of a baby’s feeding schedule. Air bubbles might be stuck in your baby’s stomach as they swallow, causing pain. So, winding enables your infant to ease the pain by removing some of the gassiness. It also aids in the prevention of spitting up.  Breastfeeding is a skill that mothers master over time. It takes some time to figure out which feeding and winding positions are the most comfortable for your baby.

Breastfeeding Nipple Shield | Complete Guide

Breastfeeding Nipple Shield

If you’re new to baby care or parenthood in general, you may have heard about breastfeeding nipple shields and wondered quite a few times, what are nipple shields? How do nipple shields work?  In a gist, nipple shields are often recommended by doctors to cater to several nursing problems. Most commonly, they are popularly prescribed to mothers who feel they have difficulty in latching. Therefore, unnecessary usage of breastfeeding nipple shields may also give birth to uncalled breastfeeding issues.  What is

Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby | Complete Guide

Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby

Now that your distinctive dream of adopting a child is about to turn into reality, you may feel excited and perplexed at the same time, pondering upon where to begin. Apart from struggling with which colored crib to go ahead with and what décor to set up in the nursery for your child, you may have other serious concerns regarding their upbringing or, most importantly, whether to bottle-feed or breastfeed the infant.  Although it may appear odd initially, it is

Breathing Techniques for Labour

Breathing Techniques for Labour

Labour is one of the most beautiful yet painful processes a woman can go through. It is true when a woman says there’s no pain like the pain in childbirth. However, the labor pain varies from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy.  Labor pain can feel like period cramps for some women and intense pressure for others. But the one thing that remains constant in relieving the pain up to some extent is breathing. Breathing techniques for labour can

Combination Feeding | How to Combine Breast & Bottle Feeding

Combination Feeding

As a new parent, you may be getting all sorts of advice from all sorts of people – even from people you don’t know. One of the most common advice that people give new parents is about feeding – and in particular, breastfeeding. There is a ton of stigma surrounding any other form of feeding and this can be quite daunting for new parents who still do not know whether they want to breastfeed their baby or try an alternative. 

What is Colostrum & It’s Benefits

Colostrum

Have you ever come across the phrase “liquid gold” in relation to your breastmilk? If not, then prepare to have your perceptions of breastfeeding your baby change forever when you’re introduced to this substance called colostrum.  Lactation can be a difficult process for new parents – and it is only made harder by the fact that breastmilk can often be extremely unpredictable and vary wildly between different lactating individuals. Colostrum is a part of this lactation process – and it

What is 10 Month Sleep Regression & How to Deal with it?

What is 10 Month Sleep Regression

When you are a new parent, your sleep schedule depends pretty much on when your baby decides to take a nap. Most new parents have heard all about the horrors and myths surrounding sleep regression, especially once their baby turns ten months old. But there are plenty of ways to tackle this problem with ease, and ensure that both you and your baby get a peaceful night’s sleep! What is 10-Month Sleep Regression Sleep regression is a phase your baby

Baby Hates the Car Seat? Here’s What You Can Do

Baby Hates Car Seat

Newborn babies are constantly crying, and it gets even tougher to deal with when you’re trying to navigate narrow roads along with the noise! Not only can a crying baby be annoying, but it can also be dangerously distracting. A car seat is a necessary addition when traveling with a child, but it can be a while before your baby gets used to spending time trapped in the seat. That’s exactly why parents are constantly looking for tips and tricks