Today we're going to chat about the basics breast anatomy and breastfeeding. In my posts about breastfeeding (part one and part two) I talked about the book Breastfeeding Made Simple, by Nancy Mohrbacher and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett. In the introduction, Jack Newman, MD described the many reasons why women say that they "can't" breastfeed (i.e. I don't have… Continue reading What are Boobs?
Nine months pregnant, you're walking around at home thinking about all the things you need to clean, the food that should be cooked and frozen before the baby comes and then you feel something.... There's a funny sensation in your lower back. Your heart speeds up while you think "Could that be something? Was that… Continue reading Why Labor at Home?
I just found out that June is World Infertility Month. I think that it's great to label it as a "World" issue because the range of infertility problems can affect anyone anywhere. WHO (World Health Organization) has even funded research on the topic to help determine what the world infertility rates are. From a 2012… Continue reading June: World Infertility Month
Hello all! I know that I'm late this week, truthfully I had no idea that it was Wednesday yesterday until I got a notification about today being Thursday. Clearly my brain hasn't quite caught up from my crazy week last week- I attended a wedding in North Carolina over memorial day weekend, came back to… Continue reading Rachel Ray Made Me Cry