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1. Cup size has nothing to do with your milk storage capacity. Hormones are what trigger your mammary glands to secrete milk.
2. No one has symmetrical breasts, but they might become more lopsided during breastfeeding if your... -
by Michelle Stein posted in Mom Stories
According to my husband, we are 100-percent done having children. Three kids is more than enough, he says. Then again, he said that right after we had our second child. And here we are.
Me" Well, I\'m... -
by Carolyn Robertson posted in Pregnancy
Austrian model Sandy Poguter has been pole-dancing for fitness for years, so when she discovered she was pregnant she saw no reason to put the hobby on hold.
Instead, the now mom-of-two continued her... -
You may be surprised about the physical aspects of recovery from a vaginal birth. Here?s what to expect.
You just birthed your baby?a baby which took around nine months to grow?so be gentle with yourself and don?t expect your body to feel like it... -
by Kelly Wilbanks posted in Products
Our bathroom is lovely, but small. It feels crowded with more than two people and usually I have three little ducklings on my tail. It feels like all five of us are crowded in there at one point or another... -
Why Vitamin K Injection for NewBorns is needed By Michele Savin, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC
Not long after baby is born your nurse will give your baby a shot of Vitamin K, and she?ll likely ask you to nurse baby while this happens for baby?s comfort.... -
Cradling her in my arms, I looked down at her delicate features. Her eyes were open, yet sleep was setting in. I carefully placed her in her purple and floral mossbag, explaining to her what I was doing. She would make sounds, the tiny... -
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people across the country are getting ready to head back to school. But while a new school year often feels like a hit of the refresh button, burgeoning with a sense of renewal (not to mention some fun... -