#WorldBreastfeedingWeek is over… But This Series Isn’t! More Breastfeeding Myths Explored (Part 3)

I know, I know. The week is over – but apparently it’s also National Breastfeeding Month?! So I have another post to cover a few more questions and myths… (and guess what – there will be a part 4!) Click for Part 1 and Part 2. *Disclaimer: This blog is intended for informational purposes only.…

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My Postpartum Experience and Favourite Postpartum Purchases!

Since my Birth Story vlog was so popular, I had some requests for a video about my postpartum experience. You ask and you shall receive! Please find the video below. I have also linked several items I discussed in the video in this post and a few I didn’t get a chance to mention that…

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Breaking Down the WHO Breastfeeding Thread

A recent Twitter thread by the World Health Organization (WHO) has sparked quite a bit of discussion online. This series of postings is not the first time that the WHO has made statements promoting breastfeeding as the “best” (which if you’ve read my previous blog post, you know is not a statement I like or…

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I’m FED Up: Stop Judging How Others Feed Their Baby

Breastfeeding vs. formula feeding. This seems to be an endless and ongoing debate on the internet among moms. Every time it seems to die down, it starts up again. It is like a revolving door in how-other-people-feed-their-baby-is-none-of-your-business purgatory. *Disclaimer: This blog is intended for informational purposes only. The information on this blog should not be used…

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Introducing Solids – A Brief FAQ

I recently heard the term “open gut” or “virgin gut“. This is how a baby’s stomach is described before 4-6 months of age. It means that the spaces in the small intestine are larger, and allow for the passage of bigger molecules (macromolecules) into your baby’s blood. This can be good, but there are risks…

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