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Milk composition

The composition of your milk changes to meet your baby’s needs at every age and stage. (For example, the milk a mother produces when her baby is two days old is different from the milk she produces when baby is … Continue reading

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Boobs & bottles

A little update on the whole breast pump situation—it’s no longer freaking me out. Now, it’s judging me and my pathetic ounce and a half after 20 minutes of pumping. How does this happen? There has to be more than that … Continue reading

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Win it: UpSpring Baby Milkscreen Test Strips

Breastfeeding over the holidays is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, you are grateful to be able to celebrate with a glass or two or bubbly, but on the other, you don’t want to drink too much while also … Continue reading

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The scoop on formula

Sometimes life decides to throw you unexpected curves. That’s exactly what happened when my water broke at 32 weeks, followed by a premature delivery at 34 weeks. During the three days it took my milk to come in, my baby … Continue reading

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Ask the experts: Milk banking

I’m not able to pump enough milk for my preemie so my doctor suggested looking into milk banking. What is it? Is it safe? Catering primarily to premature, ill and fragile infants in neonatal intensive care units, milk banks are … Continue reading

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