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I Was Angry at My Baby

Posted on: February 20, 2019 | Babies, Breastfeeding, Postpartum

angry at my baby

Oh girl… You’re not alone. I totally get it. I remember a time my own baby made me angry. She was about 2 months old. She was safely tucked into her car seat and we were driving home from a short trip to the grocery store. It was warm outside …


We are an OFFICIAL MILK BANK in Westchester County!

Posted on: February 25, 2018 | Breastfeeding, Postpartum

Breastfeeding can be a once in a lifetime opportunity to bond with your baby. Whether it be because of challenges during breastfeeding, low milk supply, or trouble latching, for many parents their breastfeeding journey is anything but. So switch to formula, right? Wrong. Many parents see incredible value in actual …


Booze and Breastfeeding; Is it okay to drink while breastfeeding?

Posted on: March 18, 2017 | Breastfeeding

Of course St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of rich Irish heritage, but it’s also one of the nation’s biggest celebrations of beer, wine and spirits. If you’re breastfeeding you might not be raising your glass to a cheers just yet. There’s a lot of conversation surrounding an occasional drink while breastfeeding, …


Start 2017 With Your BREAST Foot Forward – An Interview With Linda LeMon

Posted on: December 30, 2016 | Breastfeeding

As doulas we are so fortunate to have the ability to develop relationships with the birth industry’s leading professionals. Linda LeMon is an outstanding IBCLC and childbirth educator in Westchester and we had the opportunity to interview her to help answer some of the questions we hear most often from mothers as they begin …


Happy Hallow-WEAN

Posted on: November 1, 2016 | Breastfeeding

Weaning can be a nightmare! There are a ton of tips and tricks for moms out there that want to wean their babies of breastfeeding, however it’s up to the individual to choose what’s best. Some methods take a little longer, and every mother and childs weaning experience is unique to them. Weaning doesn’t end the bond between a baby and its …


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