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It's really interesting to me that so many mothers today still think that they don't make enough milk for their babies, when, in fact we have the evidence to support the idea that very few of us cannot make enough milk for our babies, probably only 5%. So why do mothers feel this way? What evidence shows, is that the leading cause of breastfeeding failure, is the belief that we don't have enough milk, and that's contributed to by not having the education that tells us, not only how milk is made, but how to get milk started, and how to maintain a good supply.

Breastfeeding Information

Babies have tiny stomachs. Their newborn stomach is about the size of this marble, which holds about a teaspoon of milk. By day five, their stomach can expand to hold up to an ounce. And by two weeks, it can expand to hold up to two ounces. Because their stomachs are so tiny, they fill and empty quickly. So moms need to feed their babies often. The motor that really drives milk supply, is the removal of milk. So, if you're not nursing enough, if you're ... Read more

Corky Harvey, nurse and lactation experts shares helps tips of how to balance grandparents and raising your baby, especially with breastfeeding and sleeping tips.
Parenting expert and celebrity Ali Landry shares her own experiences and words of encouragement for mothers who are struggling to breastfeed their children.
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Are you worried that you don't have enough breastmilk? Let Corky Harvey, lactation expert, reassure you that you will have enough breastmilk to help your child grow and... read more
Being a working mother can be challenging and rewarding. Lisa Pierson Weinberger, a lawyer specializing in maternity rights, shares her personal experience with pumping... read more
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Is my baby getting enough milk? This common concern is explained by breastfeeding expert, Jennifer Davidson who explains how feeding times and schedules designate that... read more
Pediatrician Jay Gordon, MD, shares advice for breastfeeding mothers on how to best recognize the signs of whether your are producing enough breastmilk for your baby
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Lactation Specialist Wendy Haldeman, IBCLC shares advice for breastfeeding moms on how to best decide how long to breastfeed your child for
Should you leave your baby overnight? If you have to, what can you do to maintain a stable environment? Registered nurse and lactation expert Jennifer Davidson explains... read more
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Jennifer Davidson, RN, BSC, IBCLC helps you make the best schedule for sleeping and feeding for you baby. Watch as she explains the great ways to help your baby grow... read more
Is your baby gagging or spitting up? Expert parenting educator, Sarah McCormick explains exactly what to do if your baby is showing signs of this.
Lactation consultant Wendy Haldeman, IBCLC, shares her top guidelines and tips for breastfeeding mothers on how to best store your breastmilk
What is nursing on demand? Laura Dahl talks about her own nursing habits and why they work for her.
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Succesful, working mom Natalie Fischer explains how she balances her career and her children, especially when she was breastfeeding.
Fitness expert Farrah Zweig illustrates how physically active mothers can still maintain healthy breastfeeding habits, important for both the mom and baby.
Breastfeeding twins might not be easy, but D'Lynda Kaplan shares her personal experiences and tips on how to survive breastfeeding with two babies.
Teacher and mom Kristy King gives some simple tips for pumping for busy and working moms. She stresses the importance of relaxing and "just keep going."


Tips like these are very important. Breastfeeding is not an easy task like everyone thinks! I almost failed in the beginning of breastfeeding my daughter but my husband has fond a great short ebook about breastfeeding ("How to make breastfeeding pleasant and easy" - we have read it and we have found the answers to all our questions and great advices and tips! I recommend it to all my family and friends and girls love it as well so it must be a great help!

I am just after reading  "How to make breastfeeding pleasant and easy" guide by S. Urban and it is very good! It has got all the information I needed and all the tips and advices are very helpful! I am glad I saw this article and the comment about the guide! Thanks

I am so glad I saw the recommendation of "How to make breastfeeding pleasant and easy"! I know that women need to prepare for breastfeeding and that is why I was looking for something good to read and thanks to kidsinthehouse I found it! Thanks and big recommendation for this guide!

Great book indeed, a lot of guidance, easy steps to follow, great easy methods. Well written. I was frightened at the begining, but Susan made this process an easy one. Thanks for the recommendation.

When a women gives birth to a baby for the first time, it’s difficult for her to take care of the first 72 hours newborn, so she must be guided properly by the healthcare professionals, and let her know the right way of breastfeeding and take care of herself as well.

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