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Breastfeeding Duties for Dads

Breastfeeding Duties for Dads

 Breastfeeding for dads Breastfeeding can be a lonely challenge in the beginning. You will probably spend a lot of hours in a quiet room away from other people, alone with your nursing infant. Many late nights will be spent with just your baby in your rocking chair, or even worse: just you with the rhythmic [...]

Boppy Pillow

Boppy Pillow

When I am asked what the most useful baby item for my son when he was a newborn was, I don’t have to think hard. The first thing that comes to my mind is my Boppy Pillow! I believe every new parent has that “one thing they could not live without.” The Boppy was mine! [...]

Ask the Mamas: Breastfeeding Essentials

Ask the Mamas: Breastfeeding Essentials

Each week we will ask our mamas a question from our readers that pertains to babies, toddlers, or parenting. Make sure to check back each Tuesday to see their responses! Do you have a question you’d like to ask the mamas? If so, send us an email with your question to askthemamas@mamasaywhat.com. MSW reader Francesca J. [...]

Breastfeeding in the Beginning

Breastfeeding in the Beginning

Breastfeeding is natural. Breastfeeding is instinctual. Breast is best. We’ve all heard the catch phrases. What many fail to tell us as brand new mamas is that sometimes it can be really hard. Sure, babies are born with a natural instinct to seek out the breast and suck for comfort, but they aren’t always born [...]

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