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

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

Am I producing enough breastmilk?

I would say that most nursing mums have asked themselves this question at some point. We all want to be assured that we are giving our babies enough nutrition, so it’s common to second guess. In the first few weeks after birth (after milk “comes in”) there is usually a period where breasts are full … Read more

Cracked Nipples in Breastfeeding

Many women experience some nipple tenderness or mild soreness especially in the early days of breastfeeding. However cracked, bleeding and toe-curling soreness is often a sign that your baby is not latching on well.   Getting a good attachment Detach your baby gently. Avoid pulling the baby from the breast, instead break her attachment by … Read more