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It is important to be aware of potential risks for feeding complications as early as possible. This way, you can be mentally prepared, and have support systems and strategies in place before you encounter possible issues. Unfortunately, Insulin

Why are we so obsessed with milk supply? When it comes to milk supply, our society often has a “more is better” mentality. The truth is, a freezer stash of milk is not a requirement. It can be difficult

I have piles of ideas for social media posts and blog entries.  I decided to compile them into a series of "5 Random Facts".  Stay tuned for more random facts on Labour & Delivery, Prenatal Preparation, Postpartum life, and more! 

Finding parental confidence in any form   Confession time As a maternal healthcare provider and mom advocate, I am fearful to admit this.  My career choices, first as a Labour and Delivery nurse and now as an IBCLC, have definitely not reflected my

The right support can help you achieve your infant feeding goals Article originally published in Modern Mama Baby Guide Fall 2020 “My mom couldn’t breastfeed, so I won’t be able to.” “I wish I could breastfeed but I can’t because I’m taking an

Top Breastfeeding Myths Debunked   As an IBCLC, I am so tired of hearing and reading all of the lies about breastfeeding. I’ve written about this before: Corporations love to make us doubt ourselves and our bodies so that we buy their

Having a baby in the time of Coronavirus: What you need to know, and what you should expect Pregnancy is a beautiful time.  Your growing body and growing baby should be nourished and celebrated.  While everyone will tell you to relax