More specifically, these 18 benefits come from a real mother’s perspective. Although breastfeeding is tough, there are so many benefits for moms and baby, it is worth it 100%. They are also great reasons a mom should consider when deciding to breastfeed. Benefits range from bonding and sleeping to your child’s growth.
How to make chocolate covered strawberries, simple step by step process with a list of the best products to use to make them. They are very easy to make and are my secret weapon to make my loved one happy. Consider making them for Valentine’s Day this year rather than buying them over-priced from somewhere – this way you get more for your money.
Make Valentine’s Day 2019 special for the new mom in your life. As first time parents you can make Valentine’s Day unforgettable with your baby in 7 simple steps. Dads, all you have to do is prepare a little in advance how you are going to make the day happen, get the house cleaned, cook some food or buy it, decorate a little and give your partner some time to herself.
Here are 18 reasons why breastfeeding sucks, if you are having a hard time breastfeeding know you are not alone. Breastfeeding is hard and moms need to let one another know the reality of breastfeeding. As I enter my 18th month of breastfeeding (yay) I just felt like I should share some of my struggles to create awareness. Breastfeeding was not at all what I expected.
A working mom and stay at home dad’s experience on how our baby never drank from a bottle and how we survived. To be clear these are not tips on how to get a baby to drink from a bottle because nothing ever worked for us! Our baby only wanted breast milk straight from the source. We just want other parents who may be going through the same thing to know that you can survive if your baby refuses the bottle. It just takes a lot of work!
This is my ‘stay at home dad’ daily routine and schedule for my toddler that you can use to create your own schedule. Our day is broken up in 8 easy parts with details on how I keep my toddler happy and safe. Learn how I keep my child busy with activities and how I use music to help the day go smoothly.
There is so much to do before you have a baby! We dive into the things all working pregnant women must do before they go on maternity leave. You will learn about saving vacation time, scheduling doctor’s appointments and creating a maternity leave plan with a template that is easy to use. Let’s get started, while you still have time.
Losing weight after having a baby is hard. Learn exactly what I did to lose my pregnancy weight and how I was able to lose 20 pounds in three months of eating right and working towards my weight loss goals. I included a list of foods I eat daily, just so you have an idea of what has worked for me.
Working while being pregnant is hard, which is why I have 7 pieces of advice on what every working mom must know about surviving pregnancy while working. These ‘surviving while pregnant at work’ strategies will have you prepared to take on the workplace. It is filled with real-life experiences and tips on how to get through them.
Are you worried about not having a large surplus of milk for your baby when you return to work? Or are you back at work and you are struggling with your supply, just pumping for tomorrow, not getting ahead? You are not alone in this, I think that thought crosses the mind in every working mom’s life! Here are some tips I gathered from other women and myself on how to increase your milk supply to support your baby with breastmilk while you work.