Breastfeeding: The Ultimate Guide
Photographer Stanley Ong & His wife Jenny “inspired by the past, interpreted by modern day moms to be preserved for the future generations” recreated 17th and 18th century breastfeeding paintings into modern photographs to commemorate and celebrate breastfeeding and breastfeeding month.
My breastfeeding journey… so far…
by Michelle Katigbak-Alejandro
Michelle Katigbak-Alejandro relates her inspirational (and sometimes challenging) breatfeeding journey. A must-read for newly breastfeeding and preggy mums.
How I Sleep Trained My Baby with Love
by Marilen Faustino- Montenegro
Marilen Faustino- Montenegro writes about her sleep training/weaning experience success story.
Glam-O-Mamas reader Aileen writes into us asking if she should still breastfeed if she is sick. Amanda and our resident pediatrician Dr. V weigh in on this issue.
August is world breastfeeding month. LATCH has come up with a beautiful campaign that shows the the ease and naturalness of nursing anywhere.
Breastfeeding and Yaya: How to make it work
by Buding Aquino-Dee
Your baby’s yaya will be around you more than your husband. Buding Aquino-Dee explores the important relationship between mother and yaya (nanny) in terms of breastfeeding.
How to find a breastfeeding-friendly pediatrician (checklist)
By Buding Aquino-Dee
A pediatrician should be one of the greatest allies nursing mothers have in achieving her breastfeeding goals. Here are some simple steps to take and a brief checklist for parents to go through to ensure your pediatrician is a breastfeeding-friendly one. Step 1 Research and get referrals – Ask around and get recommendations from…
Breast Care 101
by Medela Moms
Medela Moms talk breast care 101 starting with pre-birth nipple care.
Nursing in Public —- 10 Tips on Discreet Breastfeeding
By Buding Aquino-Dee
L.A.T.C.H founder Buding Aquino-Dee gives helpful tips on how to successfully breastfeed in public.
Breastfeeding: It’s a Choice
By: Tammy Tancinco
Tammy Tancinco shares her mastitis horror story in the hopes that it doesn’t happen to you.