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Natural Remedies for a Clogged Milk Duct

Natural Remedies for a Clogged Milk DuctBreastfeeding moms know that a clogged milk duct can be extremely painful. And beyond the tenderness and discomfort during breastfeeding, a clogged milk duct can lead to mastitis, a breast infection that is fairly common while nursing.

Once a clogged milk duct is infected, it is very difficult to clear without prescription medication. That’s why it is best to take care of any blockages before they lead to infection. Natural remedies for a clogged milk duct can prevent any unnecessary pharmaceuticals and help reduce the pain quickly.

If you find yourself with a knot and burning sensation in your breast while nursing, try one or more of these known natural remedies for a clogged milk duct:

Take a Warm Shower or Bath

Soaking your breast in warm water can help loosen the blockage in your milk duct. If you opt for a shower, be sure to let the water hit the affected area for at least 10 minutes.

Massage the Knot

Chances are you’ll know exactly where your clogged milk duct is. The pain will resonate from that spot, it may be red from inflammation and you’ll feel a nodule. Massage that area for five to 10 minutes every hour.

Dangle Feed

Breastfeeding through a clogged milk duct is one of the best ways to clear the problem. Allow gravity to assist by laying your baby down on a soft surface and leaning over her on all fours. Lower your breast to your baby and let her feed with your breast dangling in her mouth.

Eat Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Your clogged milk duct is painful because it is inflamed. Reduce inflammation with anti-inflammatory foods like fatty fish (think salmon and tuna), nuts, green leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, berries and tomatoes

Cover Your Breasts in Nutrients

You may have heard about some strange natural remedies for a clogged milk duct. Weird, yes, but probably true! From warm cabbage leaves and lavender tea compresses, to cold grated potatoes and coconut oil, each of these can help relieve pain and clear the blockage.

Take Sunflower Lecithin

Lecithin supplements can increase the polyunsaturated fats in your breast milk and thereby thin it out. The “stickiness” of your breast milk may have caused your clogged milk duct so to aid in a smoother flow of milk, try lecithin.

Start a Course of Probiotics

Rather than the antibiotics you’ll be prescribed for mastitis, take probiotics to boost your immune system. This will help you naturally fight inflammation and potential infection.

Remember, the best way to prevent a clogged milk duct is to breastfeed regularly until your breasts are drained completely and pump if your breasts are still full after a feeding. Don’t skip feedings or pumping sessions. Also, check to make sure your baby is positioned and latched for optimal breastfeeding. Try to gently massage your breasts while feeding and pumping to ensure the fattier hind milk is extracted and doesn’t get “stuck” in your milk ducts.

Sources: Mama Natural, Home Remedies Web and Harvard Health

5 Comforting Thoughts for New Moms on Valentine’s Day

5 Comforting Thoughts for New Moms on Valentine’s Day

Being a new mom on Valentine’s Day brings new joy to the holiday. Perhaps for the first time, or maybe for the first time all over again, you get to share Valentine’s Day with the newest love in your life, your baby. While the days (and nights) might be long during the early stages of infancy, ultimately what matters most is the love.

On this holiday that celebrates love don’t forget to cherish these comforting thoughts for new moms on Valentine’s Day:

The little ways your baby shows big love

Newborns are not known for being extravagantly expressive and their verbal skills might be limited but your baby shows you love all the time. Her love is displayed when she stops crying the moment you pick her up and when she falls asleep snuggled in your arms. Your little one shows her love when she grips your finger, stares at you intently and turns towards your voice whenever she hears you. Eventually these signs of affection will turn into smiles, hugs, kisses and “I love yous.” But for now, these little ways are your clues that your baby loves you big time.

Breastfeeding is an incredible gift of love, health and nurture

In the chaos of caring for your baby, you may wonder if your baby feels your unwavering unconditional love. Caring for an infant is hard work and it’s normal to question yourself sometimes. When it comes to nutrition, however, giving your baby the gift of breast milk is undoubtedly an act of pure love. For some, breastfeeding is simple and natural. For others, it takes extra work to maintain. You can be comforted knowing that your efforts are completely worth it. Breastfeeding nourishes your baby’s body and brain with the most perfect blend of nutrients on the planet. She will benefit from this gift for a lifetime.

You and your partner made a human being with your love

The process of making, growing and giving birth to a tiny person is nothing short of a miracle. You and your partner did this with your love and now you have the opportunity to impart that love on your child day by day. With a new baby, you can have a renewed sense of love for your spouse because together you created an extraordinary life.

Every stage is temporary

Raising a child is full of ups and downs. When times are good you want them to last forever. When you’re going through a rough patch, you can’t wait for it to end. For better or worse, every stage of child rearing is temporary. Cherish the happy, precious moments and commit them to memory. During the challenging times, know that they will pass and you will all be stronger in the end.

You are amazing

You grew a human being in your body for approximately 40 weeks and then you gave birth to it with strength and courage. Now, as a new mom you’re facing the biggest journey of your lifetime. Molding a child in your image is the hardest and most rewarding experience in the world and you’re well on your way to doing it. There will be hiccups and mistakes but with your love, compassion and resourcefulness, raising a child will be your biggest and best accomplishment. During the moments of doubt, worry and wonder, believe in yourself as the phenomenal woman and mother that you are. Always improve, never give up and love with all of your heart.

Teaching Children Compassion

Teaching Children CompassionCompassion is one of the top moral priorities that parents work to instill in their children. Compassion encompasses so many values we hold dear – love, kindness, caring, affection, thoughtfulness, and empathy to name a few. Teaching children compassion can start at a very young age and continues into young adulthood.

As you’re raising your little ones keep these simple and progressive ways of teaching children compassion in mind:

Model Compassion

Teaching children compassion begins by your own example. Speaking kindly, acting gently and being attentive to your baby’s needs and desires shows her they matter. She is deserving of compassion. Also, act and speak kindly to others, whether they are family members or strangers. As you will discover, your baby is a wonderful mimic so the more positive examples of compassion you offer, the more likely the lesson is to sink in.

Play Compassion

As you role play with your little one, encourage her to hug or pat stuffed animals. Applaud when she puts away toys gently rather than throwing them. Together tend to pets and other living things with care. This safe space is an excellent way to work on compassionate behaviors.

Enforce Discipline

You may not realize it, but structure, discipline and respect have much to do with teaching children compassion. After all, if they are not expected to follow rules of decorum, have manners, behave appropriately and respect others (i.e. no name calling, hitting or talking back), they will not have a reference for being compassionate. Consequences are part of discipline and the most effective ones  are more directly tied to the indiscretion.

Lend a Helping Hand

Moments when you can show compassion aren’t always going to be most convenient to you. Helping others in their time of need – even if it means going out of your way – is an excellent way to teach compassion. Taking a meal to a sick friend, driving a grandparent to a doctor’s appointment or volunteering in your community help your children understand the true meaning of compassion.

Discuss Compassion

Identifying compassion in books, television shows, movies, plays and when you witness them in real life can further solidify your child’s connection with the emotion and act. Especially when your child displays or receives compassion or is moved by compassion in any way, this is a great opportunity for discussion.

Express Gratitude

We are all connected in a great big web with the chance to show gratitude and compassion. While compassion is certainly a global value, starting small in your community and building up is most effective for young minds. From the waiter who brings you food at a restaurant, to the mail carrier who delivers your packages, you can show compassion. Acknowledging and being thankful for others is a huge step in developing a compassionate outlook.

Sources: Parenting, Huffington Post and Psychology Today

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So Good

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So Good

Moms, we know you want to look your best this Valentine’s Day. With Leading Lady’s nursing bras, breastfeeding never looked so good. You can enjoy trendy styles while getting the comfort and support you want and the convenience to breastfeed you need.

Not sure where to start? Check out these Valentine’s Day nursing bras that will have you turning heads and feeling fabulous:

 

Luxe Body Lace Nursing Bra

It just doesn’t get any prettier than this, mamas. Luxurious soft lace wraps this elegant Luxe Body Lace Nursing Bra that is as comfortable as it is cute. Delicate scalloped details outline the modern front and ballerina back. Thin straps make this nursing bra easy to wear with anything in your wardrobe including your fantastic Valentine’s Day dress.

 

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So GoodSilky Lace Nursing Bra

Glossy, smooth cups lined with lace will have you feeling incredible in our Silky Lace Nursing Bra. The wirefee design offers just the right amount of stretch and molds to contour your breasts as they change throughout breastfeeding. The cups melt down for easy breastfeeding access on Valentine’s Day and every day after that.

 

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So GoodDreamy Comfort Nursing Bra

Your favorite t-shirt bra is now your favorite nursing bra if you’re wearing our Dreamy Comfort Nursing Bra. Its ultra comfort features include soft smooth breathable cups, a molded design for a sleek look with every wear, and adjustability in the band and straps.  Whether you’re a wirefree or underwire type of gal, you’ll want to wear this bra with everything in your closet.

 

Underwire All Over Lace T-Shirt Nursing Bra

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So Good

If lace is what you love, this is the bra for you. The gorgeous lace cups and band on our Underwire All Over Lace T-shirt Nursing Bra are the perfect feminine touch for Valentine’s Day. Black lace overlays the blush bra and features a delicate center bow. Plus this lace nursing bra naturally shapes your breasts for a beautiful silhouette.

 

Valentine’s Day Nursing Bras – Breastfeeding Never Looked So GoodCotton Front Closure Leisure Bra

For the new moms who are staying in this Valentine’s Day, get cozy with your love in our Cotton Front Closure Leisure Bra. It’s is snuggly soft and cuddly cute at the same time. Plus you can breastfeed easily and relax in comfort with the front closure design. Pick from 11 colors and patterns that match your Valentine’s Day vibe this year.

 

 

Happy Valentine’s Day, new moms! We know you’ll look and feel fabulous in our Valentine’s Day nursing bras!

Adorable Valentine’s Day Gifts to Make with Your Baby

Adorable Valentine’s Day Gifts to Make with Your BabyValentine’s Day is all about love so working with your precious baby to make Valentine’s Day gifts for your beloved is just the perfect combination. Plus it’s a lot of fun! Using your mom-genuity and creativity and your baby’s desire for exploration and discovery you two can make adorable Valentines’ Day gifts.

Check out these fabulous ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts to make with your baby:

Love Canvas

Your baby’s hands and feet are the perfect way to spell out your baby’s love on a blank canvas. First dip your baby’s finger in red paint and guide her to write the L and E in LOVE. Then coat your baby’s hands and feet in red paint and make the O using your baby’s full handprint and the V by butting your baby’s heels and fanning her feet diagonally. This can be done with a horizontal orientation or a square broken into quadrants.

Picture Perfect

Make cute signs for your baby to hold and take pictures of her. Then design a layout for a creative Valentine’s Day card. The signs can hold the words I LOVE YOU, or can list out different things your baby loves about your partner. This collage will certainly be a wonderful keepsake memory of your baby’s first Valentine’s Day.

Shirt Up

Dress your baby in a sweet t-shirt that appeals to your husband. Anything from “I love Daddy” or “Cute Like Daddy,” to “Daddy’s Little Love Bug” or “My Dad’s #1” are great. You can make the t-shirt yourself with iron-on letters or fabric markers, or you can have one printed in advance.

Personal Creations

On canvas, cardstock or poster board, block off letters for a sweet message or simply “I love you” with tape and then let your baby finger, hand or foot paint all over it. Once your baby has had her fill of creativity, peel off the tape and your loving words will shine through on your baby’s personal creation.

Hearts Galore

Using those same precious baby hands and feet, create cards or a variety of artworks with your baby’s featured heart-prints. With overlapping hands and feet prints you can make many heart impressions that are as unique as your little love.

Hand Outs

Trace and cut out your baby’s hand for some fun Valentine’s Day cards. One idea is to make two cutouts and connect them with a fanned strip of construction paper. On the hands write “I love you” and on the fanned strip write “this much!” Or you can fold down the index and middle finger of your baby’s hand cutout to make the love sign.

Valentine’s Day is sure to be filled with even more love now that you have a little one to share it with. We hope you enjoy these adorable Valentine’s Day gifts to make with your baby and we wish you a very special day.

Maternity Wardrobe Spotlight: Maternity Jeggings

Maternity Wardrobe Spotlight: Maternity JeggingsWe have some awesome news, mamas! We’re introducing a new style of our popular Leading Lady maternity support leggings. Now with a denim finish, you can enjoy the same trendy look with comfort and gentle support in our new maternity jeggings. So stop squishing yourself into restrictive maternity jeans and start wearing Leading Lady maternity jeggings instead.

If you’re like most moms you’re not looking to spend a fortune on your maternity wardrobe. Dishing out gobs of money on clothes that will have such a limited use isn’t the best idea. And that’s true even if you plan to have multiple kids. You don’t even know if the seasons of your pregnancies will align and when it comes to maternity clothes that really matters. Trust us, you’ll have a lot of additional expenses once your baby arrives so saving where you can now will help out in a few short months.

That’s why making smart, versatile maternity wardrobe purchases is crucial. Talk to any new mom and she’ll tell you her maternity leggings were the essential piece in her maternity wardrobe. And anyone who had Leading Lady’s maternity support leggings knows they are not only fashionable enough to wear with anything. They are also ultra light and comfortable while offering the support you need with a built-in support band.

Now you can get that same innovative legging in our maternity jeggings. The denim wash looks like jeans but feels soft and smooth and stretches throughout your pregnancy. These leggings can be worn at any point during pregnancy. The belly band expands with your growing bump. As soon as you begin to notice the weight of your baby the built-in maternity support band will help you cradle and lift your baby. That takes the brunt of the work off of your body.  It supports any back, hip or balance issues too.

Maternity jeggings are a trendy look for new moms. And they are versatile enough to pair with any top in your maternity wardrobe. Throw them on with a t-shirt, ball cap and sneakers and you’re ready for a basketball game. With a sweater and boots you’ll be stylish for a lunch with friends or shopping for baby items. Pair your maternity jeggings with heels and a swanky blouse and you and your hubs can enjoy a few last dates before your baby arrives.

If you love our maternity leggings you will adore our maternity jeggings. As you’re making selective purchases for your maternity wardrobe, we know this will be one you can’t wait to wear during any season in any pregnancy.

Science Proves You Can’t Spoil a Newborn

Your maternal instinct probably already clued you in that holding your newborn A LOT is the right thing to do. The incomparable experience of snuggling your baby is downright amazing for both of you. And contrary to the old wives tale you may have heard, science proves you can’t spoil a newborn, not even by holding her too much.

Not only is holding your baby not spoiling her, it’s meeting one of her basic needs for touch. Newborns really have no concept of manipulation or desires outside of their basic needs. These needs include food, shelter, warmth, sleep and human affection. Just as you provide your baby with the best nutrition through breast milk, holding your baby is helping her adapt to the world with warmth and security. Luckily, breastfeeding and touch go hand-in-hand!

It is not until around nine months of age that babies understand that crying gets your attention. Until then babies cry because they are in need. This is why you probably consider your baby’s hunger, temperature, diaper status and need for sleep when your baby is crying – those are all common basic needs and concerns for babies. But sometimes your baby just craves touch and that may be the cause of her cries. Not in a spoiled, manipulative way, but in a way that longs for security, nurture and understanding.

Studies show the benefits of touch for all humans, but newborns especially need it. The power of touch improves brain development, emotional stability and physical growth. Recent research found that gentle touch for premature babies can help continue brain development more similar to when the baby was in the womb. And babies who are touched more often generally grow up to be happier, more independent and more self-confident.

Whether your baby is crying for comfort or already content, holding her is one of the best ways you can nurture and care for your newborn. In addition to the phenomenal nutrition your baby gets while breastfeeding, the act of nursing does double duty in this crucial developmental stage for your baby.

Babywearing is another way to keep your baby close at all times. Perhaps you can get a few things accomplished as well. Rocking, cuddling in bed, dancing and playing with your baby in your lap are all terrific for maintaining that amazing skin-to-skin contact and helping your baby feel your eternal love.

If anyone tells you to put your baby down for fear of spoiling her, continue to listen to your maternal instinct. Hold her as closely as possible. Because even science proves you can’t spoil a newborn.

Sources: WebMD and Parents

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Cool Fit Nursing Bra

Cool Fit Nursing BraHave you heard the awesome news? Our new Cool Fit Nursing Bra is keeping you as cool as a cucumber! We’ve engineered the most innovative nursing bra but kept the same convenience and comfort features you’ve come to know and love about Leading Lady’s nursing bras.

We recognized the common issue many new moms face when hormones rear their head and cause hot flashes and sweating. Plus, leaky breasts are typical for many moms during breastfeeding. Now you can stay cool, dry and refreshed all day with our Cool Fit Nursing Bra!

You may be familiar with dry fit technology from your workout wardrobe. We’ve used that same brilliant concept to help new moms feel better in their nursing bras. Because let’s face it, feeling the dampness of your own sweat or breast milk drenched nursing bra for hours is just not comfortable. Not to mention it is potentially embarrassing. It can even lead to build-up of nasty bacteria that you can pass along to your baby.

Our Cool Fit Nursing Bra, available in both underwire and wirefree, sweeps moisture away from your body so all you feel on your skin is the softness of a cotton nursing bra. This is the type of nursing bra that will make you feel so fresh and clean – yes, even on the days you didn’t get to take a shower.

Beyond the unique cool fit technology, this nursing bra is sleek and delightful in every way. The cotton fabric is smooth against your skin and your baby’s delicate body. The lightly molded cups give you a naturally rounded shape perfect for any outfit. Easy one-handed nursing clasps and drop-down cups make breastfeeding easy anywhere at any time.

Just as our Cool Fit Nursing Bra adjusts to meet the needs of your body temperature, it also adjusts so you’ll get your best fit day-in and day-out. Adjustable straps and multiple hook-and-eye closures in the back help you size your bra correctly as your breasts fluctuate based on your milk supply.

Don’t lose your cool mamas, cool off with our new Cool Fit Nursing Bra!

The Importance of Sleep Bras for Breastfeeding

The Importance of Sleep Bras While BreastfeedingSleep, glorious sleep! The precious commodity you once took for granted is now a cherished state of being. When the stars align and you do get a little time for shut eye, or at least a moment to lie down and relax, a sleep bra is a dream come true.

Sleep may be a hard thing to come by when you are a brand new mom. Your new role has you pulling a lot of all-nighters as your baby is likely to nurse frequently around the clock and is adjusting to day and night sleep patterns.  It’s a tough time for new moms who are also under the influence of fluctuating hormones and learning to care for a newborn. That’s why the comfort of a sleep bra is crucial.

What are Sleep Bras?

Sleep bras are a remarkable necessity for new moms. Rather than back clasps that may be uncomfortable to lie on, sleep bras feature either front closures or pull-aside cups with no clasps in front or back. This makes lounging and sleeping much more comfortable while still offering gentle support for your breasts.

The Importance of Sleep Bras While BreastfeedingHow do Sleep Bras Support Breasts?

Your breasts may have changed quite a bit during pregnancy and they will continue to do so during breastfeeding as well. And when your breasts change, you need bras that are comfortable and supportive for their new size and shape.

As your breasts grow in size and become heavier in the early weeks and months of breastfeeding, they will shift more. Then as your baby sleeps for longer periods at night, you may have more hours between feedings and your breasts will become fuller, again needing more support to avoid the pull of gravity. During sleep, shifting breasts may be very irritating (not to mention it can cause permanent sagging and stretch marks). And we know you don’t need anything else waking you in the night if you do have the luxury of sleep.

Leading Lady’s sleep bras are made of soft, stretchy cotton-blends that are the perfect combination to cozily cradle your breasts and also keep them supported for light, leisure days and nights. The delicate balance of fabrics is essential because they will hold your breasts steadily in place while also offering some flexibility as your breast size fluctuates, even after multiple washes.

The Importance of Sleep Bras While BreastfeedingWhy are Sleep Bras so Important?

Wearing sleep bras to support your breasts is only half the reason why they are so important. The other reason is that they offer easy access for nursing whenever your baby is hungry, and then allow you to slip back into sleep as quickly as possible. Imagine fumbling with cumbersome straps or having to undress in the middle of the night to feed your baby. Now imagine simply sliding over a cup or unclasping your bra from the front to feed your baby. That’s so much simpler, right?

Are Sleep Bras just for Sleeping?

Absolutely not! Sleep bras are amazing for a variety of needs a new mom has starting during pregnancy. Because of their unique stretchabilty, sleep bras are terrific to start wearing as soon as your regular bras begin feeling tight during pregnancy. Bring them to the hospital because they are also perfect for those first few days when you will be lounging in your temporary bed and nursing every 1.5 to 3 hours.

Once you get home, keep those sleep bras handy because you’ll live in them for the first weeks and months postpartum. Wearing sleep bras during the day in this early stage of breastfeeding helps ensure your breasts have room to expand with hourly milk fluctuations. Eventually your milk supply will stabilize to meet the needs of your baby so you can wear more structured nursing bras. Until that happens, wear your sleep bras to avoid restricting your milk supply.

We recommend having at least three dreamy sleep bras – one to wear, one in the wash, one in the drawer. And don’t worry ladies, we have some adorable colors and patterns so you can show your style even as your navigate your role as a new mom.

Your little one is depending on your for everything so do both of you a favor and make breastfeeding easier by wearing sleep bras. You’ll feel supported, remain comfortable and be ready to breastfeed at any hour of the day or night.

The Benefit of Yes Days

As a parent you may find yourself saying “no” a lot. No, you cannot climb a bookshelf. No, you cannot have five cookies. No, you cannot stay up until midnight. It’s your job to protect your children from danger and ensure their health, which often comes with a lot of “nos.” But you can have yes days every once in awhile and create some amazing goodwill with your kids, plus reap a bunch of other wonderful benefits too.

What are Yes Days?

Yes days are days when you say yes to just about anything your kids request all day long with a few pre-determined boundaries in place. It’s important to schedule yes days so you have no obligations on your calendar and nothing stopping you from focusing on exactly what your children need and want that day.

The Benefits of Yes Days

After reading the description you may wonder why anyone would give in to every demand their child has for an entire day. First and foremost, yes days are a tremendously The Benefit of Yes Daysmeaningful way to connect with your children. With the redundancy of saying “no” often and the endless shuffling, shushing, and shooing of keeping everyone on task, on schedule, well-behaved, safe and healthy, you need time to show your kids you are not one big nay-sayer.

Saying yes all day long can build mutual respect between you and your children so they feel they have some control of their lives (if only for a short time). This empowerment and freedom often opens the door for your kiddos to share their thoughts and ideas, be more affectionate and of course, have fun. These moments foray into greater self-confidence as you raise independent children.

How to Plan Yes Days

The first step to planning yes days is discussing the idea with your children. There is actually a wonderful children’s book called Yes Days that outlines how this works and is a great introduction to the concept for you and your kids. Then you need to select a free day when you will schedule nothing but what your child wants. Consider requiring your child to earn their yes days. Once they experience the first one, they will probably work hard towards another.

The Benefit of Yes DaysThe next step is to go over the rules, which may vary from family to family. Safety should top the list and you might want to make sure you put in stipulations for some healthful eating (along with the probable pizza and ice cream), a decent bedtime and spending and driving limits (because driving to Disney World is likely not part of the deal).

Ask your children to come up with ideas of what they may want to do so you can discuss timing and prices. If you have more than one child participating in the yes day, they will have to compromise, which is a terrific lesson as well.

Yes days are a fantastic way to show your kids you are listening, you care about their desires and they do have control over many aspects of their lives. This positive message is a healthy step towards improved self-esteem, independence, integrity, and empowerment. Everyone deserves to have a yes day once in awhile. If you aren’t sure now, you certainly will be after seeing the pure joy it brings to your child’s face.

Sources: My Kids Adventures, Red Tricycle and The Natural Child Project

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What to do if you have Food Poisoning while Pregnant or Breastfeeding
What To Do If Your Baby Won’t Latch
What to do in a Car Crash when you’re Pregnant
what to do on Christmas Eve
what to do on Mother's Day
what to do to relieve pain during labor
what to do with a toddler while breastfeeding a baby
What to do with kids on New Years
what to do with old clothes
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what to eat during pregnancy
what to expect from play dates
what to get for Father's Day
What to Look for in a Crib
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what to tell your babysitter
what type of car seat do I need
what we learn about marriage from our parents
What You Should Do with Used Clothes
what your baby does in womb
When Parents Have Different Parenting Styles
When to Buy Nursing Bras
when to call the pediatrician
when to start solids
when to stop breastfeeding at night
where to buy nursing bras
where to buy Sexy Nursing Bras
where to donate breast milk
where to find a pediatrician
which foods to serve a baby
which vaccines are ok during pregnancy
white noise machine
why babies like baby talk
why babies like high-pitched voices
Why Babies Should Not Eat Honey
Why Breastfeeding Makes you Hungry and Thirsty
why can't babies eat honey
why children need praise
why do moms judge each other
Why Do Newborns have Crossed Eyes?
why is juice bad for kids
why juice is bad for kids
why kids suck thumbs
why men with babies are sexy
Why You Should Limit Juice for your Kids
WIC
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World Breastfeeding Week
World Breastfeeding Week 2016
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