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Fitted to Flowy - Find Your Style

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Fitted to Flowy - Find Your Style

Do you prefer your Nursing Dress fitted or a little more loose and flowy?  No matter what style you're looking for, we've got you covered. Fitted on top & flowy around the midsection. The perfect mix!  

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Common Breastfeeding Positions: The Football Hold

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Common Breastfeeding Positions: The Football Hold

The football hold is the breast feeding position that many mothers find the most comfortable. In this position you tuck baby under your arm just like you would hold a football (on the same side that you're nursing from). The football hold lets you hold your baby's head allowing you to help baby latch. How To: If nursing on the right side, -Hold baby with your right arm with baby's feet at your side. You can also place baby on the nursing pillow for more support. -Roll baby in towards you in the ""tummy to mummy"" fashion, bringing baby as...

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Common Breastfeeding Positions: Side-Lying

Common Breastfeeding Positions: Side-Lying

One of the best nursing positions for tired moms is the side-lying position. This will allow you to get more rest in the early weeks, which is something we all know moms need. Although this is slightly more difficult for many, the return is definitely worth it.  Remember not all women find every position works for them and their breastfeeding baby. How To: -Lie on your side with a pillow under your head. You may wish to put more pillows around you to find the most comfortable position. Some find a pillow between their legs helps with comfort. Remember if...

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Breastfeeding Basics

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Breastfeeding Basics

Some basic terms & definitions of breastfeeding lingo.    

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Vernix

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Vernix

Image by Kate Murray Photography Vernix-What is it? It's a cheesy or waxy white substance that is found coating the skin of newborn babies. Vernix is secreted by the baby’s sebaceous glands while it is still in the uterus and is thought to protect the baby’s skin from the amniotic fluid surrounding it.  The amount of vernix present on the baby’s skin decreases near the end of the pregnancy. At birth, some babies have a lot and some a little. How long should you wait to bathe your baby? WAIT FOR 8! Keep that vernix (the yellow-white coating) on your baby...

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