Reading Time: 14 minutes When our first baby was born, I intended to breastfeed exclusively by nursing and pump when I returned to work. But a severe tongue-tie and small birth size threw an unexpected wrench in our plans. Our breastfeeding journey was filled with
Reading Time: 7 minutes For those familiar with our breastfeeding journey, you already know that we experienced some challenges breastfeeding with our first son Peanut. Our second son, Pickle, is now two months old. I wish I could tell you that this time our breastfeeding
Reading Time: 6 minutes I am an under-producing breastfeeding Mama. In eight weeks, I was able to increase my milk supply from barely 8 oz a day to 32-35 oz a day! How? With hardwork, determination, and following these simple seven steps.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The first four steps to increase your milk supply all have to do with caring for your health. Yes, Mama, I know it can be very hard to tend to your own needs when you have a new baby, possibly older
Reading Time: 7 minutes First I shared our struggle with breastfeeding and low supply. In the previous post, we talked about how to properly care for your own health. Before we continue, I just want to restate the importance of making sure you are hydrated,
Reading Time: 5 minutes As I mentioned in my previous post, one of my secret weapons — aka most effective methods — I used to increase my milk supply was to mimic a nursing baby's cluster feeding. Milk production, after all, is a supply and demand
Reading Time: 7 minutes Whether you are an exclusive pumper like me (what I like to call "full-time"), you are a working mama pumping during business hours ("part-time"), you just need to pump a little extra for a trip or to have some emergency storage,