I'm so blessed and thankful to say that this is my 2nd baby I've successfully breastfed for (at least) 12 months. It takes a lot of commitment, but the bond we share is indescribable. We were "one" for 38.5 weeks, and for the following 52 weeks we have created a bond like no other. In… Continue reading 12 things to know about Breastfeeding Ft. Evivo
This post was originally written by me, for the Vintage Honey Shop Blog. When I was pregnant with my first son 5 years ago, I knew I wanted to breastfeed but had no clue what I was getting myself into. I was a clueless 19 year old. I didn't know blogs were a thing, let… Continue reading Breastfeeding essentials
So what grabbed your attention? My Instagram post sharing how I pumped 12 oz in under 15 minutes after drinking ONE sweetie pie lactation smoothie? Was it the cute pink carton it comes in? OR was it to just be nosey (hahaha, I'm nosey it's okay!) So I'm a brand ambassador for Sweetie Pie Organics,… Continue reading Sweetie Pie Organics: Week 1
If you're a breastfeeding mom, was or even a part time (you do formula as well), I'm sure you can relate to this list. These are all things I've experienced from breastfeeding all three of my boys. When it's time to nurse your baby, you touch your boobs to feel which side is "fuller" because you… Continue reading Signs You’re a Breastfeeding Mom
Finding the right pump can be so overwhelming. Ive come up with a Pros and Cons list of Medela's Top 3 Double Electric pumps for ya!
(Tip: lay your breast milk storage bags flat when freezing, and group them in ziplock bags by date and how many ounces per bag to keep it all organized) So this blog post is WAYYYYY over due! Let me start off by saying, this is what worked for me and my babies. No two mamas… Continue reading How to build a “Milk stash”
So as some of you know, My 12 week maternity leave came to an end last week Thursday. So I had to go back to working my 12 hour shifts (7pm-7am), but fortunately my Nurse Operations Manager allowed me to come back part time (2 days a week versus the 3) for the first two… Continue reading The Breastfeeding and Pumping Mom