Nursing wear opening styles

There are several different nursing opening styles, and selecting the right style for you is largely dependent on how you hold your baby while feeding, and the shape of your breasts and nipple position.  SAVE AN EXTRA 30% OFF CLEARANCE STYLES WITH THE CODE “SAVE30” Drop cup – The drop cup nursing opening style has … Read more

Hire a mamaroo and save

For most parents of newborns, a baby swing is a necessity, but there are so many options in Australia now. Thus, it’s a challenge to find the right one, and most people want one product that does it all. In the past, you’d need multiple products to achieve bouncing, swinging, and other comforting motions. You’ve probably … Read more

BubbaLog breast feeding diary

Keeping track of feeds can be difficult especially in the early days with a newborn. I used the Whimsey breastfeeding printable pages and made a booklet. Now there is a better way!! BubbaLog is your ultimate go-to for tracking everything when it comes to your newest addition. It features: Column to lists things your baby … Read more

Questions new mothers ask about feeding

Questions new mothers ask about feeding from the Association of Breastfeeding Mothers, UK Is breastfeeding good for my baby? Breastfeeding not only provides food in the most natural form for babies, but also provides comfort, pain relief and the natural nurturing that babies need for development. Breast milk contains everything that a baby needs for … Read more

Storing Expressed Breast Milk

Some mums like to express milk to relieve engorged breasts or to reduce the intensity of a fast letdown when their babies are having trouble staying latched on. It is also a good way of stimulating the milk supply and increasing breastmilk production. Breast milk needs to be handled and store with care, to ensure … Read more

Common breast feeding problems – blocked milk ducts

Blocked milk ducts are a common challenge experienced by breastfeeding mums. It feels like a tender and a sore pea-like lump in the breast or near the nipple, and it is NOT accompanied by a fever or flu-like symptoms (which is more commonly experienced with mastitis). Milk ducts can become obstructed when the breast is … Read more