I’m a new mom of a 9 week old and am exclusively breastfeeding. I am surprised with how strongly I feel about breastfeeding now, and am turning into a bit of a breastfeeding advocate to friends/family and my blog readers. I was featured on TheBump.com in their “public breastfeeding tips” video this week. My blog [...]
For moms who choose the feed their children via the breast way, the Mocha Manual has put together a handy list of experts, books and organizations for you to turn to as you bond with your baby — everything you need to support you on your journey.
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“Still Standing” — a new film by nationally renowned marriage experts Lamar and Ronnie Tyler — celebrates and advocates the powerhouse that is black marriage. Be sure to catch the last few showings of the film at theaters around the U.S.
Having trouble with breastfeeding? Nursing pillows, letting your baby feel your breast and several other tips from experts will make this bonding experience much smoother.
Taking classes, making sure that you’re taking in enough nutrients and even joining a support group are among the many tips that experts advocate for Mocha Moms new to breastfeeding. Read the following tips to make sure you’re ready to feed your baby.
While acheiving the proper latch can be a painful experience, it doesn’t have to be. Learn from a mom who knows how to get your baby to suckle correctly — the first time around.
Dads are a key component to breastfeeding success. Learn how your man can help you with the process.
As an expecting mom, Angela Burgin Logan dreamed of breastfeeding her baby. But when she nearly died from undiagnosed severe pre-eclampsia which led to heart, lung and kidney failure, her breastfeeding experience dramatically changed. Listen to Angela’s powerful story and learn more about pre-eclampsia at http://www.ladiesliveandlearn.com