According to the Association for Dietetics in South Africa (ADSA) breastfeeding wherever and whenever a baby gets hungry is perfectly legal and deserves to be fully supported. In contrast, shaming moms into desperately breastfeeding their babies or expressing breastmilk in cold toilet cubicles and cramped cars in parking lots is not supportive of moms or their children.
Ultimately, the reason why you are expressing will determine how long you carry on for and/or how much milk is expressed Whether you express to keep your baby guzzling breast milk while you’re at work (or step out), or you express because your little one struggles to breastfeed, we can all agree on one thing… […]
Always a nuisance, mozzies turn into full-blown enemies when you become a mom – and you have to protect delicate, plump little skin!
The global coronavirus pandemic and social distancing has most of us trading fancy-schmancy corporate gear for spit-up stained leggings, an almost-always reasonable boss for a pint-sized tyrant and nine-to-five working hours for a day that never.ever.ends.
Thanks to the Internet, and well-meaning (but mostly misinformed) advice-givers, the myths surrounding breastfeeding are endless…
Baby notices object, baby grabs object, baby fumbles with object, baby pops object into mouth.
It’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed at the thought of heading out with baby, for the first time. There’s a lot to prepare for and fear, but take heart, it will probably be easier than you foresee…
… some of us breastfeed, some of us don’t. There are moms who let their babies ‘cry-it-out’ and those who won’t.
Infertility affects between 80 and 100 million couples worldwide
Timed sex, never-ending costs, raging hormones and disappointment…
As moms, we’re determined to get it right… and, by ‘it’, we mean parenting.