How To Reduce Nighttime Feedings

How To Reduce Nighttime Feedings

As your baby grows, they start sleeping for longer stretches at night. At around three to four months old, many babies are able to sleep for six to eight hour stretches. But, is your baby continuing to wake up for nighttime feeds? To help support your baby to sleep...
How To Introduce Your Baby To Solid Food

How To Introduce Your Baby To Solid Food

Introducing your baby to solid food is such an exciting milestone! You’ll be adding different flavors to mealtimes and broadening your little one’s palate.  However, what do you do if your baby is fussy and struggling to adapt to this new routine? And, are there...
3 Tips To Boost Breast Milk Supply 6 Months In

3 Tips To Boost Breast Milk Supply 6 Months In

Are you a mama who is thinking of continuing to breastfeed your baby beyond six months? Is a drop in breast milk supply getting in your way?  There are a few reasons why you could be experiencing a drop in breast milk supply, and luckily there are a few ways you can...
How Can a Lactation Consultant Help Me?

How Can a Lactation Consultant Help Me?

Have you typed that question into Google yet? If you haven’t, I’m going to guess you fall into one of these three categories: You think working with a lactation consultant will be awkward.  I get it. I won’t lie to you. Almost ten years ago I had my first baby,...
5 Ways To Wake Up A Newborn Baby For A Feed

5 Ways To Wake Up A Newborn Baby For A Feed

Have you heard the advice, “Never wake a sleeping baby”? Well, this depends on what you’re waking them up for. Waking up your newborn to feed is actually recommended. Your newborn is peacefully sleeping – finally! All too soon the two hour mark comes up and your...