This book prepared me above and beyond in what to expect when breastfeeding and I highly recommend to all moms-to-be
These vitamins were a lifesaver in ensuring I was getting proper vitamins to avoid maternal deficiencies while breastfeeding and helped with my body healing postpartum
One of the best prenatals on the market to ensure you and baby are getting exactly what you need during pregnancy
Dietitian Approved Lactation Bites. COMPLETE Lactation Support and Nutrition for Breastfeeding Moms: delicious no-bake, Lactation Cookie Bites were designed to support and increase your milk supply, while also fueling your body.
This is a super easy to use and handy breast pump. Best used while baby is nursing on one side, you can use the Haaka pump on the other breast to catch milk that flows during your let-down reflux
Mothers have increased protein needs during lactation and this was the best protein supplement I found that I was able to add to all different types of products (tasteless) and immensely helped with my healing postpartum and consuming adequate protein intake
Slings provide a gentle way of transitioning babies from the calm environment of the womb to that of the outside world. Babies in carriers continue to be rocked by their mothers’ movements and to hear their mothers’ heartbeats or learn a new caring adult’s rhythms. This helps babies to regulate their own systems. Baby-wearing also is beneficial in promoting a healthy breastfeeding relationship
A hands-free pumping bra made a world of difference for me while pumping at work. I was still able to use my hands and I was able to sit with better posture.
Dr. Bruce Hollis is the lead author of a 2015 study that concluded that supplementing the mothers of exclusively breastfed babies with 6400 IU vitamin D per day is a safe and effective alternative to directly supplementing babies with 400 IU vitamin D per day.
I loved these for keeping my breastmilk in a safe place away from other food items and keeping them organized as well