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Breastfeeding: The First 28 Days

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What You Should Do with Used Clothes

What You Should Do with Used ClothesAre you one of the many many parents who are amazed at how quickly your kids go through clothes? Between food and play stains, rips and holes, and outgrowing them before you can blink an eye, your kids’ closets may feel like a revolving door – out with the old, in with the new. Today we’re talking about what you should do with used clothes so you can do your part in saving the environment and perhaps save a little money at the same time.

First, a word about why throwing away clothes is a terrible idea: Of the 26 billion pounds of textiles that end up in landfills every year, approximately 95% could be reused or recycled. In landfills, clothing breaks down into carbon dioxide and methane gas, which is harmful to our bodies and the environment. Additionally, when you throw away clothes rather than giving someone else a chance to use them, you’re contributing to the massive amount of energy and resources wasted by the fashion industry, not to mention extreme pollution.

Now that we’ve discussed what you shouldn’t do with used clothes, let’s talk about what you should do with used clothes:

The best thing to do with gently used clothes is to share them with others who could use them. Assuming the stains and holes are minimal, pass along hand-me-down clothes to younger siblings, cousins and friends. If you don’t know of anyone who could use them, take them to a donation center or family shelter, or consign items that are in great condition.

Even if you feel your clothes are beyond use, never throw them away! There are tons of things to do with used clothes that you may not realize. First off, consider making rags out of your kids’ old clothes, which you can use around your house. They are especially great for outdoor cleaning projects and car washes.

Once you’re stocked with household rags, set aside items that you believe cannot be sold by donation centers or worn by others. While you’re probably right to think someone may not want to wear the clothes, there are plenty of other things they can be used for. Donation centers like Goodwill and Salvation Army as well as other organizations like Planet Aid accept used textiles that can be repurposed for many amazing things. For example:

Clothing can be used for pillow stuffing, carpet padding, baseball filling, paper money and fuel bricks.

The soles of shoes can be repurposed for sports fields, playground surfaces and athletic tracks. (Nike and Converse will help you recycle old shoes of any brand!)

Jeans make excellent insulation for homes and businesses.

Leather items can be remade into other items for sale. For instance a purse can become a pair of shoes.

Eyeglasses can be given to people in need in underdeveloped countries.

Your kids’ old clothes have tons of uses even if they are no longer wearable. Make the world a better place for your kids by following these ideas for what you should do with used clothes.

Sources: Upworthy, Real Simple and Planet Aid


8 Opportunities to Read to your Baby

8 Opportunities to Read to your BabyReading is one of the most important habits to establish with your baby. The more words your baby hears as her tiny brain develops, the more she will understand the complexities of language, word meanings, emotions, and so many other aspects of this great big world she’s trying to uncover. Plus when you read to your baby early and often you will instill a love for books, learning and discovery that lasts well beyond early childhood.

Today we’re sharing 8 opportunities to read to your baby every day:

Meals: Reading to your baby during meals may be beneficial in more ways than one. If you have a distracted or fidgety eater, reading may focus her attention and encourage her to eat while listening. Plus, you pretty much have a captive audience during meal times three or more times a day so it’s a great opportunity to read to your baby.

Playtime: Have plenty of books around your play spaces for your baby to enjoy. She may mosey over and pick up books to review now and then. Or, you can pull them out and read while she’s busy playing with other things. Just because she’s not sitting in your lap intently starring at the book doesn’t mean it isn’t a worthwhile endeavor to read. You can also pick themed books to whatever your baby is playing with at the time. For instance, if your baby is playing with a farmhouse or some musical instruments, pick up a book that matches those interests.

Carpool Line: Waiting for older kids in carpool lines can be torture for babies…but not if you use this opportunity to read to your baby! Bring along new books each day to keep the selection fresh and interesting. Once you’ve picked up the older kids, let your baby continue to hold the books and admire their pages.

Outdoors: Playing outside at your own home or a park is another terrific time to read to your baby. You can bring along books about nature and point out the real objects – trees, playground, insects, sun – as you read about them on each page. This is an especially great activity when your baby needs a little break from physical play.

Waiting Lobbies: Sitting in the waiting room at doctors’ offices or while the big kids are doing extracurricular activities gets old fast for babies. Reading can help pass the time and may become an anticipated event when you arrive at certain places you frequent.

Story Times: Libraries, book stores and community centers often offer story times for babies through elementary age children. These group activities are a wonderful way to expose your baby to new books in a social setting. While you’re there, check out other books with your baby to broaden your reading list.

Bath Time: Another time when you have a captive audience is bath time. Keep some books in the bathroom to read while your little one is splashing away in the tub. You can also offer bath books that have plastic pages for your baby to “read” in the water.

Bedtime: Starting a bedtime routine of reading several books before lights out is an excellent habit and one you and your baby will likely enjoy for years to come. This opportunity to read to your baby also incorporates closeness and touch so you can connect just before your baby drifts off to sleep.

Many states have adopted the “1,000 books before Kindergarten” program that encourages parents to read at least 1,000 books to their children by age five. Look for reading programs and more ideas for reading to your baby in your area at local libraries and book stores.

Enjoy fostering a love of reading in your baby with these opportunities to read to your baby every day!

Nursing Bra Styles: The Crossover Nursing Bra, The Fold-Down Nursing Bra and The Front Closure Nursing Bra

At Leading Lady, we know that you may come to love a particular style of nursing bra or you may want a variety of styles in your nursing bra wardrobe. Each mom finds her own groove as she travels through her breastfeeding journey and nursing bras should support – in every sense of the term – moms a babies along the way. Our collection features options that best suit the needs of mothers from design aesthetics and how it works with her wardrobe, to functionality and comfort.

Here’s a look at the advantages of a crossover nursing bra, fold-down nursing bra and front closure nursing bra:

Crossover Nursing Bra

Nursing Bra Styles: The Crossover Nursing Bra, The Fold-Down Nursing Bra and The Front Closure Nursing BraA crossover nursing bra has easy slide-over cups for breastfeeding access. This pull over nursing bra style is terrific for sleep and leisure because it does not have back clasps that may become uncomfortable in a laid-back position. Leading Lady’s crossover nursing bras are wirefree with comfort bands that gently support your breasts. The soft, breathable, stretchy fabrics in our crossover nursing bra styles keep you cool and comfy and also cradle sensitive breasts.

Designed for light activity, a crossover nursing bra is ideal for late in pregnancy when breasts need support without feeling squeezed or encumbered, as well as early in breastfeeding when nipples tend to be sore and breasts size fluctuates based on milk supply. A crossover nursing bra holds nursing pads in place and allows you to easily and discreetly remove and change them as necessary.

Fold-Down Nursing Bra

Nursing Bra Styles: The Crossover Nursing Bra, The Fold-Down Nursing Bra and The Front Closure Nursing BraA fold-down nursing bra may look more like your regular bras with one added feature: nursing clasps! One-hand nursing clasps and fold-down nursing bra cups give you simple breastfeeding access when it’s time for a feeding. At Leading Lady we believe you deserve the same great bras you were wearing pre-baby, now with the added convenience and features you need to support breastfeeding.

Our Leading Lady collection of fold-down nursing bras come in nearly every style you could imagine: underwire, wireless, padded, seamless, sporty, lace, fun patterns, vibrant colors, basics and much much more. A fold-down nursing bra can be worn at any stage of maternity or nursing and our variety of styles are designed to match your wardrobe needs, from everyday t-shirt bras, nursing sports bras, special occasion nursing bras and casual nursing bras.

Front Closure Nursing Bra

Nursing Bra Styles: The Crossover Nursing Bra, The Fold-Down Nursing Bra and The Front Closure Nursing BraA front closure bra has hook-and-eye closures in the front rather than the back. Fit to perfection, our Leading Lady front closure bra collections are fabulous for maternity, nursing and any walk of life. Since they hook in front, they make dressing a cinch and can be unhooked or pulled down for breastfeeding access.

Our front closure bras are awesome sleep bras since they don’t have uncomfortable back clasps and they are made of the softest, stretchiest materials for just the right level of support at night. Plus, front closure bras are great for leisure as well, whether that’s catching a nap when you’re baby is sleeping or cuddling and playing with your little one. Our Leading Lady styles feature sassy colors, patterns and prints you and your baby will love.

With these three types of nursing bras you can’t go wrong. Each is designed for your max comfort and support, simple breastfeeding access and features that meet your lifestyle needs.

Leading Lady Champions Breastfeeding Moms Through Nursing Bra Donation During World Breastfeeding Week

CLEVELAND, OH (July 11, 2017) – In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, premier intimate apparel brand, Leading Lady, announces it will donate $350,000 worth of Leading Lady and Loving Moments nursing bras, alongside related nursing products, to be distributed among more than 375 breastfeeding support groups nationwide.

Available at Walmart and, Loving Moments by Leading Lady is a line of truly affordable maternity and nursing apparel for all occasions – supporting women at every stage of motherhood.

“Breastfeeding is a life-saving and life-changing experience for mothers and babies, especially in areas with high infant mortality rates,” said Mark Corrado, third generation owner of Leading Lady. “Every mom deserves the chance to breastfeed and give her baby the healthiest start in life. Our annual nursing bra donation provides the necessary resources to breastfeeding groups to help mothers successfully breastfeed.”

The nursing bra donation will be distributed to breastfeeding support organizations nationwide including local chapters of WIC (the USDA’s Women, Infant and Children program), La Leche League, ROSE (Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere), BMBFA (Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association), Best for Babes, hospitals and other community groups, and is expected to reach approximately 21,000 moms.

Celebrated annually from August 1st-7th, World Breastfeeding Week encourages breastfeeding and the improvement of children’s health around the globe. In support of this mission, the donation solidifies Leading Lady’s commitment to mothers who work hard every day to nourish their babies and contribute to a sustainable world.

Through providing supportive and accessible nursing products, breastfeeding education and advocacy, and reaching mothers at a grassroots level to encourage and applaud their breastfeeding journeys, Leading Lady fosters respect and caring within the breastfeeding community.

About Leading Lady:
Leading Lady is a premier nursing and full figure intimate apparel company dedicated to improving women’s lives with innovative products, resources and programs. Family owned and operated; Leading Lady has been supporting breastfeeding moms and babies for over 78 years. The brand promises superior quality and fit, a comprehensive selection of products and an excellent customer experience. The full collection is available for direct purchase at and in select retailers nationwide.

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Fashion Bags for Moms

Fashion Bags for MomsRaise your hand if this is you: you’re a mom now (horary!) and you have a lot of “stuff” (like, A LOT of stuff) to carry around but you still have the same burning desire to be trendy, fashionable and feel somewhat put together (despite the spit-up on your shoulder and cracked skin on your hands from washing them incessantly). Good news! There are tons of fashion bags for moms like you with a passion for style that can keep up with your new mommy lifestyle.

Canvas Messenger Bag

If you like wearing your bag across your body, this style is for you. Now available in tons of colors and prints, canvas messenger bags can be a lifesaver when your hands are full and you just can’t deal with your bag slipping off your shoulder. Plus they tend to be big so you can get all your goods packed in nicely. Messenger bags can range from sophisticated and chic, to sassy and cute so pick the style that best matches your personality.

Big Sleek Leather Tote

A big leather tote bag is both fashionable and functional. There’s plenty of space for all of your baby and mommy supplies on the inside while the outside is runway ready. From designer to discount, you can find variations of this bag almost anywhere fashion purses are sold.

Stylish Backpack

Disperse the weight of all that “stuff” across your shoulders and back for an easy, hands-free way to get around. If you tend to wear your baby in the front or carry your baby often, having a stylish backpack rather than a cross-body or side bag can be helpful. Not only for students, backpacks come in many styles and materials including leather, nylon and canvas.

Nylon Purse

A trendy nylon purse is virtually weightless so you’re not adding any poundage to your bag before you even stuff it. Moms know that every ounce counts when you’re lugging around baby supplies. Plus a nylon purse is easy to wipe down when life’s spills happen – and they will happen.

Fashion Pocket Bag

Pockets are amazing when you’re a mom. You’ll want pockets for everything so the more the better. Outer pockets are great for sippy cups, water bottles, burp clothes, nursing covers and baby toys. Inner pockets can hold valuables, diapering supplies, your wallet and phone. Having lots of pockets inside and outside your bag is both helpful and trendy.

Tips for Buying Fashion Bags for Moms

  • Wipe-able fabrics are nice and smart; Washable bags are fabulous and brilliant.
  • We tote-ally (sorry, couldn’t resist) get your compulsion for designer bags (seriously, we do!) but just remember that this bag could get ruined pretty quickly. By all means, buy it if you love it but don’t get depressed if it has a short lifespan.
  • So you love a bag that doesn’t have enough pockets and compartments? Insert a bag organizer to help you find your stuff more easily.
  • A hot pink super feminine bag may be your jam but consider the times when you may need your hubs to hold it or worse use it to change the baby’s diaper. He may appreciate something a little more subtle.
  • Similarly, your baby might love a fun ducky printed bag but when you step out without the babe and don’t have time to change your purse, you’re stuck with the ducks.
  • Bags with short and long handles offer more wearing options.

What type of fashion bags for moms do you love?

Breast Milk and Your Baby’s Gender

We often talk about the extraordinary ways that breast milk not only benefits your baby, but is also custom-made for the needs of your little love. But here’s one amazing thing about how breast milk supports your baby that you may not know: breast milk produced for boys is different than that made for girls. If your jaw just dropped, read on to find out about breast milk and your baby’s gender.

Breast Milk and Your Baby’s Gender

If you didn’t know any better, you may think your breast milk was a living, breathing, cognitive being. That’s because your breast milk has the incredible ability to change in nutrients, temperature and quantity to meet the needs of your baby. For example, the colostrum you produce in the first few days after birth is richest in protein and antibodies to help your baby survive outside the protective womb. As milk matures, it becomes more balanced with fat and sugary lactose to help your baby grow and develop. Your milk continues to evolve alongside your baby to meet her exact nutritional needs with every stage of development. Also, when your baby is hot or cold, your breast milk will cool her down or warm her up. And when your baby is sick, your breast milk will provide an extra dose of antibodies that you’ve made after being exposed to the same pathogens.

This tailor-made effect is nothing short of phenomenal, which is why it is even more astounding to learn that breast milk differs based on the gender of your baby. A recent study (National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health) based on same-sex vs. opposite-sex twins gathered that those who could receive breast milk specific to their gender – the same-sex twins – were better off based on height and weight at most points during childhood and adolescence. Those whose breast milk could not be customized because the babies were of opposite sexes were generally smaller as were non-breastfed twins. All of this data was collected based on self-reporting by the families participating in the study.

Other research published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology recorded a notable different in the fat content of breast milk produced for boys vs. girls. Breast milk for baby boys contained 2.8% fat compared to 1.74% fat for baby girls. Girls tend to take in more milk and feed longer than boys. Examples among other mammals support these findings as well.

This recent research is based on previous studies that found cow mothers of female calves produce significantly more milk than mothers of male calves. This is in line with the human studies that indicate female babies drink more milk than males.

A study on rhesus monkeys showed that male babies received fattier milk with higher caloric value to fuel energy, strength and masculine behaviors, while milk for female babies was richer in calcium and helped them reach sexual maturity faster. These differences are likely critical to the survival of the primates because males must be dominant to find mates and females who can reproduce sooner (and therefore more throughout her lifetime) are more value to the species.

Breastfeeding is as old as time and yet there is still so much to discover. This new information linking breast milk and your baby’s gender is just another amazing piece of the evolutionary puzzle.

Sources: The New York Times, Mothering, IFL Science and Scientific American

Breastfeeding and Radiation Exposure

Breastfeeding and Radiation ExposureAs you’ve surely come to realize, caring for a new precious human being is a big responsibility. It’s amazing how new moms are quickly hardwired to consider their baby’s needs and safety first and foremost. When you’re breastfeeding, your body doubles as your baby’s food source so normal health situations take on a whole new level of consideration. If you’re a new mom facing radiation exposure – whether planned or in an emergency – you may wonder how it will affect your baby. Today we’re exploring breastfeeding and radiation exposure so you’ll know what’s safe for you and your baby during this sacred time.

Everyday Exposure

Each of us is exposed to small amounts of radiation in our everyday lives. Between cell phones, microwaves, other electronics and our means of transportation, radiation is everywhere. In these small doses, radiation is not a major threat to your body or breast milk. But when it comes to medical exams, treatments and potential emergency situations, radiation is another story, especially while you are breastfeeding.

Medical Exams

It’s always important to remind your physician that you are breastfeeding when discussing any routine tests or procedures to ensure you are not passing along any potentially dangerous toxins to your baby through breast milk. And the good news is that most exams are safe including ultrasounds, X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs and mammograms. Even using most types of dyes and contrasts in medical tests are safe during breastfeeding.

Radioactive Isotopes

Some radioactive isotopes used for diagnostic tests and radiation therapy are unsafe for your baby and may even be dangerous for you if you do continue breastfeeding during the time of radiation exposure. Iodine-131 is a common radiation agent that is particularly unsafe for breastfed babies and could increase a mother’s risk of breast cancer. In this case, weaning may be necessary.

But other types of radioactive isotopes may only require a temporary interruption in breastfeeding during testing and treatment. You can pump during this time and then have the milk tested to find out when the radioactivity is no long present in the breast milk. Pumping is essential to maintaining a strong milk supply and frequent pumping will help you resume breastfeeding faster. Plus, radiation therapy can decrease your natural milk supply so pumping and frequent breastfeeding after radiation are the best ways to build it back up again.

Emergency Radiation Exposure

In the event that you are around a radiation emergency, you may be exposed to radiation through the air, your food and your water sources. Because this type of radiation would pass through to your breast milk and may be hazardous to your baby it is important to discontinue breastfeeding until you can consult your physician, according to the CDC. If you are giving your baby breast milk bottles during this time, clean them thoroughly before and after feedings. In order to maintain your milk supply, pump frequently and discard the milk. Be sure to sterilize all of your pump equipment. Should you have no other access to any other food source for your baby, continue breastfeeding. Clean your breasts before and after feedings with warm soapy water and wipe your baby’s mouth after feedings.

Working Around Radiation

If you work around radiation in the medical profession or elsewhere, it’s important to discuss your exposure with your doctor. You may be able to limit your exposure by wearing protective gear or a temporary reassignment may be in order until you and your baby are ready to wean.

Sources: KellyMom, LaLecheLeague, Breastfeeding Today, Just Breastfeeding and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

5 Reasons Why a Cotton Nursing Bra is a Must

When you’re creating your nursing bra wardrobe you probably want a variety of styles to meet your lifestyle needs. Sleep nursing bras, leisure nursing bras, padded nursing bras, lace nursing bras, front closure nursing bras, cute nursing bras and nursing sports bras all have a place in your intimate’s drawer while you’re breastfeeding. But sometimes the simplest options are the best. That’s why a cotton nursing bra should definitely be on your must-have list.

Here are five reasons why a cotton nursing bra is a must:

5 Reasons Why a Cotton Nursing Bra is a MustReason #1: A Cotton Nursing Bra is Breathable

Have you ever been caught outdoors in an unforgiving, synthetic bra on a steamy summer day? If so you’ll know why breathable materials are essential for nursing moms, not only during the summer, but all year round. With a whirlpool of hormones, a hot flash could strike at any time. In fact, new moms (especially breastfeeding moms) often get night sweats, but wearing a cotton nursing bra to bed will keep you cooler and dryer.

Reason #2: A Cotton Nursing Bra is Soft

Sensitive breasts are par for the course during pregnancy and your early breastfeeding days, and sometimes later if you have a plugged duct or breast infection. Soft cotton cups help keep your tender breasts comfortable during these times. Plus, natural cotton fabrics will be gentle on your baby’s skin as well.

Reason #3: A Cotton Nursing Bra Gives you Space

Most of our Leading Lady cotton nursing bras include just a touch of spandex with the perfect amount of stretch. It’s vital for your nursing bras to be somewhat dynamic so they move with your body and don’t constrict the ebb and flow of your milk supply. As your milk production fluctuates, a cotton nursing bra with a little stretch will continue to contour and support your breasts.

Reason #4: A Cotton Nursing Bra is Durable

Natural cotton is one of the most durable fabrics. Your nursing bras are going to get used A LOT throughout your breastfeeding journey and a cotton nursing bra will stand the test of time. Throughout wearing, washing and perhaps a little tugging from your baby, a cotton nursing bra will continue to hold its shape and support.

Reason #5: A Cotton Nursing Bra is Fun

If your image of a cotton nursing bra is plain and boring, you need to check out our Leading Lady cotton nursing bra selection. Our styles range from traditional with nursing clasps and fold-down cups, to crossover nursing bras and front closure nursing bras. We offer a variety of sassy colors, prints and patterns to keep your nursing bra wardrobe full of flavor.

For such a simple concept, a cotton nursing bra has a lot of complex and valuable reasons why you need one in your nursing bra wardrobe!  Happy Shopping!

Simple 4th of July Desserts

Simple 4th of July DessertsHolidays are such a fun time to get creative in the kitchen! Especially when you have little ones learning about the history, traditions and values surrounding certain holidays, food decorations can make a holiday like Independence Day all the more fun. And of course what is a July 4th celebration without some red, white and blue treats? Moms, it’s time to get patriotic with these simple 4th of July desserts:

Liberty Skewers: Using kabob skewers tack on strawberries and/or raspberries, marshmallows and blueberries in a patriotic pattern. If you’re in the mood for chocolate, add brownie bites to your color scheme.

Star-Spangled Rice Crispy Treats: Make a batch of regular rice crispy treats and separate the “dough” into three equal parts. Use a little food coloring to dye one part red and another part blue, leaving the third part plain. Roll the dough and cut star-shaped pieces using a cookie cutter. Serve individually or stack one of each color for a star-spangled treat.

Freedom Jell-O: In clear plastic cups alternate layers of red and blue Jell-O with layers whip cream. Then top with strawberries and blue berries for a wiggly, giggly July 4th treat.

American Flag Cake: Among super simple 4th of July desserts is an American flag cake. You can create this impressive masterpiece with just about any type of cake (or pie, sheet of brownie or any other dessert you like). Simply use strawberries and bananas to create rows of red and white stripes and line blueberries in the upper left corner for the stars. Technically there are 13 strips and 50 stars but you don’t have to be that literal if space is limited. For those who are especially crafty you can bake stripes of red and blue into the body of your cake as well.

Spirit Fruit: Dip strawberries, raspberries or maraschino cherries into melted white chocolate. Then dip the tip of the fruit into blue sprinkles leaving some of the white chocolate un-sprinkled. Wa-la, beautiful red, white and blue spirit fruit!

Patriotic Sandwich: Place a scoop of vanilla ice cream between your favorite cookies – chocolate chip, oatmeal, sugar, peanut butter, or whatever your heart desires. Gently press the cookies together until the ice cream hangs ever-so-slightly over the sides of the cookies. Roll the ice cream edges in red and blue sprinkles. Keep frozen until ready to serve.

All-American Cookie Decorating: Get the kiddos involved in the action making simple 4th of July desserts by allowing them to decorate cookies. Provide a variety of decorating supplies including icing, patriotic sprinkles, red/white/blue M&Ms and colorful fruit. This also works on doughnuts, cake pops, cup cakes or yogurt or chocolate covered pretzels!

Festive Fruit: For a healthier option, make a fruit bowl of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and cherries. Then cut watermelon and pineapple pieces into star shapes and toss them in as well.

Proud (to be an American) Platter: Make a smorgasbord of patriotic desserts and arrange them as American flag. Or simply use red fruits (strawberries, raspberries, cherries and watermelon) and yogurt-covered pretzels to create stripes and a bowl of blueberries in the upper left corner to complete the flag.

Happy 4th, everyone!! We hope you and your family enjoy these simple 4th of July desserts!!

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Breastfeeding Glossary
breastfeeding good for moms
breastfeeding help
Breastfeeding in Public
breastfeeding in sling
breastfeeding in the first 28 days
breastfeeding issues
breastfeeding latch
breastfeeding latch tips
breastfeeding laws
breastfeeding makes you hungry
breastfeeding makes you thirsty
breastfeeding news
breastfeeding on Valentine's Day
Breastfeeding Policy
breastfeeding positions
breastfeeding positions lying down
breastfeeding problems
Breastfeeding Promotes Healthy Eating Habits
breastfeeding pumping
Breastfeeding Registry
breastfeeding struggles
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breastfeeding success story
breastfeeding supplies
Breastfeeding Support
Breastfeeding Support Groups
Breastfeeding Support in Hospitals
breastfeeding support organizations
breastfeeding tax deductions
Breastfeeding Tips
breastfeeding tops
breastfeeding twins
Breastfeeding with Inverted Nipples
breathable nursing bra
breathing techniques during pregnancy
bug spray
bump style
caesarean section
can dads have postpartum depression
can pregnant women eat shrimp
car accident while pregnant
car activities for kids
car safety during pregnancy
Car Seats for Every Age
Carotenemia in Babies
causes of preterm labor
celebrate baby's first Thanksgiving
Celebrate Mother's Day
celebrate Valentine's Day with your kids
Celebrating New Years with Kids
celebrating with kids
Celebrity Babies
celebrity pregnancies
characteristics of children based on birth order
child development
child proofing
childhood development
childhood obesity
children and dry drowning
Children's Play
Chris Hemsworth
Christian Bale
Christmas crafts
Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve activities
Christopher Nolan
chubby babies
cleaning car
cloth diapers
Cluster Feeding
cold weather activities
colicky baby
colostrum benefits
comfort nursing bras
Comfortable Bras
comfortable nursing bras
common poisons
common pregnancy questions
compression tights
confident children
confident kids
cooking with kids this Thanksgiving
Coping with Sleep Deprivation
cord blood banking
corn maze
cosmetics during pregnancy
cotton nursing bra
cotton nursing bras
cradle cap
craft ideas for the holidays
crafts for kids
Crawling and Sleep
Creative Kids Ornaments
crib safety
cross eyed baby
crossed eyes
Crossing the Midline
crossover nursing bra
Cute Babies
cute maternity clothes
dad and baby bonding
dads and babies
dads with depression
Danah Bordner
dangers of smoking during pregnancy
dangers of smoking while breastfeeding
dates for new moms
deciding to have a second child
decrease a baby's risk of SIDS
dental health
depression and weaning
detox while breastfeeding
developing baby's senses
development of hearing
developmental milestones
diaper bag
diaper bags
diaper change
diaper tips
Diapering Tips
dietary restrictions
dieting while breastfeeding
different ways to praise a child
digital media
digital media for kids
disadvantages of being left handed
discipline tactics that work
DIY baby Halloween costumes
DIY holiday ornaments
do kids need supplements
does my baby need therapy
dogs and kids
donate breast milk
donating toys
Doutzen Kroes
dream feeding
Drew Barrymore
drinking while pregnant
dropping naps
dry drowning
dry skin
Dysphoric Milk Ejection Reflex
ear infection
ear wax buildup
early childhood
early detection and breast cancer
Earth Day
Earth-Friendly Baby Care
Earth-Friendly Halloween Decorations
easy Halloween costumes
easy Thanksgiving crafts
eating fish during pregnancy
Eating Fish During Pregnancy and While Breastfeeding
eating fish while breastfeeding
eating healthy during Halloween
Eating your Placenta
eco-friendly baby care
economics of breastfeeding
Elie Saab
Elsa Pataky
Emily blunt
emotions behind weaning
entitled children
establishing a bedtime routine
exercise and breastfeeding
exercise during pregnancy
exercise with baby
Extended Breastfeeding
factors that influence Length of Labor
facts about breast cancer
facts about Valentine's Day
fall activities
fall nursing bras
fall treats
fall wardrobe
family beach vacation
family bed
family escape plan
family Halloween costumes
family photos
family physician
Family Planning
family planning trends
family road trip
Family Road Trip Hacks
family size
family vacation
fashion bags
Fashion Bags for Moms
Father's Day
Father's Day gift
Father's Day gift ideas
Father's Day gifts
feeding your baby
Fertility Calendar
festive holiday home
fetal alcohol spectrum disorders
fetal alcohol syndrome
fighting in front of kids
fighting in front of your kids
finger foods
finger foods for babies
finger foods for toddlers
fire safety for babies
fire safety for toddlers
fire safety in your home
fire safety tips
first birthday party
First Birthday Party Ideas
fish oil
fish recommendations for breastfeeding
flanges breast pump
flat nipples
flower crafts
Flower Crafts for Mother’s Day
flu shot during pregnancy
Flying While Pregnant
flying with baby
fold-down nursing bra
food allergies
food and drug administration
food poisoning
food poisoning while breastfeeding
food poisoning while pregnant
food waste
food waste with kids
foods to avoid during pregnancy
Foods to Avoid While Breastfeeding
formal maternity dresses
Fostering Positive Body Image
fostering sibling relationships
free breast pump
free family activities
free family fun
front closure nursing bra
Fun family activities on Christmas Eve
funny facts about breastfeeding
funny moments in parenting
funny things that happen during pregnancy
Fussy Baby
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones HBO
Games for Siblings and Babies
gender neutral colors
gender neutral names
gender neutral nursery
gender neutral parenting
Gender Prediction
get organized
Getting Pregnant
getting ready for baby
getting rid of toys
Gift Ideas
gifts for mom
gifts moms want
girl baby vs. boy baby
girl names
girl or boy baby
give thanks for kids
giving back
giving back during holidays
good luck in the New Year
goodbye routines
grandparent relationships
grandparents and grandchildren
guidelines for successful playdates
hair during pregnancy
hair loss after pregnancy
hair loss during pregnancy
hair tourniquet
hair tourniquet syndrome
Halloween activities
Halloween activities for babies
Halloween costume ideas
Halloween costumes
Halloween Decorations
Halloween eating tips
Halloween masks
Halloween tips
Halloween treats
hand foot and mouth
hand foot and mouth disease
handbags for moms
handling tantrums
handprint crafts
hands on pumping
happy baby
happy family
happy kids
Happy Thanksgiving
harness car seats
Healing Powers of Breast Milk
health benefits of breastfeeding
healthcare for babies
healthcare for children
healthy babies
healthy benefits of breastfeeding
Healthy Breakfasts
healthy diet
Healthy Eating
healthy eating habits
healthy families
healthy family habits
healthy Halloween
healthy lifestyle
healthy parenting
healthy snack tricks for kids
healthy snacks
healthy snacks for kids
healthy tips
hearing loss
Heart disease
heart health
heart health and your baby
heart healthy diet
heart healthy family
heart healthy lifestyle
Hilarious Pregnancy Moments
hind milk
history of Valentine's Day
holiday craft ornaments
Holiday Crafts
holiday crafts for kids
holiday crats
holiday gifts for caregivers
holiday gifts for teachers
holiday handprint crafts
holiday photos
holiday schedule
holiday spirit
holiday traditions
holidays with baby
home decor for holidays
home remedies for babies
homemade bug spray
homemade flowers
homemade gifts
homemade insect repellent
homemade Mothers Day gift ideas
homemade Mothers Day gifts
honey and botulism
honey for babies
Hospital Bag Checklist
hospitals and breastfeeding
How Baby Traits Influence Personality
how breast milk changes
how breastfeeding benefits moms
how breastfeeding makes you smarter
how different animals breastfeed
How Learning to Crawl Affects a Baby’s Sleep
how many calories does breastfeeding burn
how many calories should I eat while breastfeeding
How Motherhood Makes You Smarter
how to avoid dry drowning
How to Avoid Food Waste with Kids
how to avoid poisoning
How to Avoid Raising Entitled Children
how to avoid reflux
how to baby proof
how to be a good patient
how to be earth-friendly with a baby
how to be sexy while breastfeeding
how to breastfeed
how to clean baby ears
how to clean up play room
how to clean your baby’s ears
how to diaper a baby
how to discipline a baby
how to discipline a child
How to Donate Breast Milk
how to dream feed
how to ease baby into swimming
how to engage your baby with toys
how to establish a bedtime routine
how to fall asleep
how to fall asleep fast
How to Foster Long Distance Relationships with Grandparents
how to get a free breast pump
how to get baby to sleep longer
how to get help while breastfeeding
how to get kids to drink water
how to get kids to eat healthy
how to get rid of cradle cap
how to get rid of stretch marks
how to go to sleep
how to handle thumb sucking
how to have good luck
how to have healthy family habits
how to help a left handed child
how to hire a nanny
how to hold baby while nursing
how to improve baby's hearing
how to increase milk supply
how to keep car clean
How to Keep Your Babysitter Happy
how to latch your baby
How to Lose Weight While Breastfeeding
how to manage pain during labor
how to potty train
how to prepare for breastfeeding
how to prepare for your week
how to prevent baby from getting sick
how to raise happy kids
how to say goodbye to a child
How to Select a Pediatrician
how to shop for nursing bras
how to sleep better
how to sleep train a baby
How to Stay Calm during a Child’s Tantrum
how to stop breastfeeding
how to stop breastfeeding at night
how to support a friend with breast cancer
how to take great family pictures
how to tell if baby is overweight
how to tell if your baby is a boy or girl
how to tell older kids mom is pregnant
How Your Body Prepares for Breastfeeding during Pregnancy
humor in parenting
Hypoglycemia in Newborns
I am Totally Pregnant App
immune system
importance of play dates
Improved Healthcare for Children
In the Media
increase milk supply
indoor activities for babies
infant directed speech
infant safety
infant sleep
introducing solids
inverted nipples
is it safe to drink alcohol while breastfeeding?
items to avoid used
Jason Goldberg
Jason Wu
john krasinski
juggling a newborn and a toddler
July 4th
July 4th Desserts
Just for Fun
juvenile diabetes
juvenile diabetes and babies
keep my car clean
keeping baby well
Keeping Secrets
Kerry Washington
kid-friendly Thanksgiving
kids activities for the weekend
kids and dehydration
kids and Halloween
kids and juice
kids and secrets
kids and sleep
kids at play
kids can help make Thanksgiving dinner
kids crafts
kids drink water
Kids New Year
kids view of marriage
Kraft Nabisco tournament
Kristen Cavallari
La Leche League
labor & delivery
labor and delivery
Labor Day
Labor Day Activities for Kids
labor pain
Labor Pain Management Techniques
lack of sleep
Lactation Consultant
lactation products
language development
Last Minute Reminders for Thanksgiving
last minute Thanksgiving crafts
Latching On
laura silverman
Leading Lady nursing bras
leaf rubbing
leaking breast milk
leaking breasts
leaking nipples
leaving your baby for the first time
leaving your job
left handed children
Length of Labor
limit juice for kids
Limiting Screen Time for Kids and Parents
liquid gold
little one
long distance grandparents
Losing Baby Weight
Losing Weight After Pregnancy
LPGA tour
Lucky to be a Mom
Luxe Body Lace Nursing Bra
make breastfeeding easier
makeup during pregnancy
making mom friends
mammals and breastfeeding
mammals and lactation
mammogram while breastfeeding
managing tantrums
marriage and parenting
maternity bras
maternity clothes
maternity dress
maternity dresses
maternity fashion
maternity leggings
Maternity Nursing Bras
maternity support leggings
maternity top
meal prep
media portrayal of pregnancy
medicine safe for babies
men and babies
men with babies are sexier
mental health during pregnancy
mercury in fish
mercury levels in fish
midwife vs. doula
Mila Kunis
milk movie
Milk Supply
modeling healthy marriage
molded seamless wirefree nursing bra
mom friends
mom is pregnant
mom judging
moms judging moms
most poisonous substances for babies
Mother's Day
Mother's Day crafts
Mother’s Day Changes Throughout Your Life
Mothers Day gift ideas
Mothers Day gifts
Mothers Day ideas
Motivational Breastfeeding Thoughts
multivitamin for kids
multivitamins for kids
music and babies
my baby has colic
my baby is turning orange
nameberry baby names
nameberry unusual names
Nanny vs. Daycare
National Breastfeeding Month
National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
National Heart Month
natural baby care
natural childbirth
natural home remedies
Natural Home Remedies for Babies
natural insect repellent
navigating sleep transitions
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
never throw away old clothes
new baby
New Breastfeeding Research
new mom
new mom sleep deprivation
new moms
new parents
New Play Spaces in Your Home
New Year's superstitions
New Year's traditions
New Years
New Years Resolutions
New Years with Kids
newborn photography
night weaning
nighttime breastfeeding
nighttime weaning
Nipple Confusion
nipple pain
nipple pumping
Nipple Soreness
no carve pumpkin
no carve pumpkin ideas
Non Candy Halloween Treats
number of kids per family
nursing attire
nursing bra
nursing bra donation
nursing bra donations
nursing bra for sensitive skin
nursing bra styles
Nursing Bras
nursing cami
nursing camis
nursing cover
Nursing Fashion
Nursing Mom's Lifestyle
Nursing Positions
Nursing Supplies
nursing tank
nursing tank top
Nursing Tank Tops
nursing tanks
nursing top
nursing tops
nursing wardrobe
Nurture your Baby’s Sense of Hearing
nutritional supplements
Nutritional Supplements for Kids
occupational therapy
Old Wives Tale Gender Prediction
Olivia Wilde
omega 3
omega 3 fatty acids
opportunities to read to your baby
oral bacteria during pregnancy
oral thrush
orange baby
organizational tips
Organizations that Support Mothers
organizing car
origin of Valentine's Day
Oscar awards
Outdoor safety
Ovarian Cancer Awareness
overweight baby
Own Your Parenting
Parental Guidance
parenting and exercise
parenting and health
parenting styles
parenting to your child
Paternal Instinct
patriotic crafts
patriotic crafts for kids
Patriotic Crafts for the 4th of July
patriotic crafts for toddlers
patriotic desserts
Paula Garces
PCOS and fertility
peanut allergies
peanut allergy
peanut allergy symptoms
pediatrician for newborn
peeling skin
perinatal mental health
photos with babies
photos with children
physical therapy
placental abruption
Plan Your Own Mother’s Day
play dates
play room
play spaces
playground recommendations for babies
plus size nursing tank tops
PMS during pregnancy
poison control
poison deaths in babies
poison prevention
poisons for babies
polka dot maternity clothes
polycystic ovarian syndrome
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Pregnancy
positive discipline
Positive Discipline Techniques
positive effect of smiling
positive parenting
post-partum depression
postpartum body image
postpartum care
postpartum depression
Postpartum Depression in Dads
postpartum hair loss
postpartum smoking
potty training
praise for children
pre potty training tips
pre-pregnancy body
pre-pregnancy weight
precautions for babies while playing outside
pregnancy and older siblings
pregnancy announcement
pregnancy apps
Pregnancy Calendar
pregnancy changes
pregnancy concerns
pregnancy cravings
pregnancy diet
Pregnancy Discrimination
pregnancy edema
Pregnancy Edema or Pregnancy Swelling
pregnancy exercise
pregnancy fashion
pregnancy gingivitis
pregnancy health
pregnancy hormones
Pregnancy in the work place
pregnancy leggings
Pregnancy Myths
pregnancy nipples
pregnancy PMS
pregnancy rules
pregnancy sleep
Pregnancy Stretch Marks
pregnancy swelling
pregnancy symptoms
pregnancy tips
pregnancy workouts
Pregnant Belly
pregnant celebrities
pregnant women
Prenatal Dental Care
prenatal yoga
Prenatal Yoga vs. Regular Yoga
prepare for your week
Prepare for Your Week on Sundays
preparing for a second baby
Preparing for baby
preparing for childbirth
preparing older children for the arrival of a new baby
Preparing to be a Stay at Home Mom
Preparing to Breastfeed
preterm birth
preterm labor
probiotics for kids
products that promote lactation
proper latch
protect your baby
public breastfeeding
pumping at work
pumping breast milk
pumpkin activities for babies
pumpkin dishes
pumpkin latte
pumpkin lattes
pumpkin pie
pumpkin rolls
pumpkin seeds
purpose of umbilical cord
radiation exposure
raising children
Raising Confident Kids
Raising Happy Kids
Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere
read to your baby
reading and smart babies
reading to baby
ready for a second child
reasons to be thankful
reasons to be thankful for your kids
Reasons to Celebrate Back-to-School
red carpet
red carpet dresses
reduce risk of SIDS
refresh your play room
Reminders for your Babysitter
reproductive acupuncture
reproductive health
respect women
Returning to Work
reward charts
Reward Charts for Children
Rh disease
Rh factor
Rh Factor and Pregnancy
Rh negative
Rh positive
Rh status
risk factors for breast cancer
Risk Factors of Preterm Birth
Risk Factors of Preterm Labor
risk of preterm labor
risk of SIDs
risks of water birth
road trip
role of a doula
role of a midwife
Rules for Cleaning out Toys
Rules of Babysitters
rules of playdates
rules of pregnancy
sadness and weaning
safe drugs while breastfeeding
safe medications for breastfeeding
safety guidelines for toys
saving money with kids
saying goodbye
Scarlett Johansson
science behind happy kids
science of motherhood
screen time
screen time for kids
Seamless Cotton Nursing Cami
select a pediatrician
sensory experiences for babies
separation anxiety
sexy new moms
Sexy Nursing Bras
sexy nursing bras for Valentine's Day
Sheryl Sandberg
should i get a nanny
should my baby go to daycare
siblings and babies
siblings and baby
side sleeping during pregnancy
signs of labor
Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solids
simon cowell
Simple 4th of July Desserts
simple holiday desserts
Simple Ways to Make your Home Festive for the Holidays
skin-to-skin contact
sleep and baby
sleep and kids
sleep bras
sleep deprivation with baby
Sleep Disorders During Pregnancy
sleep during pregnancy
sleep nursing bras
sleep schedule
sleep schedules for kids
sleep tips
sleep training methods
sleep transitions
sleep while your baby sleeps
sleeping and SIDS
sleeping in bed with baby
slimming maternity leggings
smart babies
smart moms
smoking during pregnancy
snobby kids
social development
soft nursing bra
soleil moon frye
solid food
solid food for babies
sound machine
special gifts for dad
speech development
speech therapy
spicy foods
spider veins
spirit of giving
Spring Fashion
Spring Fashion for Nursing Moms
St. Patrick's Day
starting solids
starting solids and breastfeeding
stay at home mom
staying connected
Staying Connected When You’re Away
stop mom judging
Storing Breaskmilk
stretch marks
stylish nursing tank
sucking your thumb
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
sugar on Halloween
Sugar substitutes
summer maternity clothes
summer vacation
Superfoods for Babies
support a friend with breast cancer
support for moms
support mothers
supporting moms supporting babies
supportive maternity leggings
sweet nursing bras
swelling during pregnancy
swimming with baby
swimming with baby in bath
Switch Breasts while Breastfeeding
swollen feet during pregnancy
symptoms of common cold in baby
symptoms of dry drowning
symptoms of pregnancy
taking pictures of baby
talking to babies
talking to your baby
tax deductions for kids
tax return
Tax Savings for Families with Kids
Tdap during pregnancy
Teach babies about heart health
teacher gifts
teaching children about giving back
Teaching Children about Safe and Unsafe Secrets
teaching kids about secrets
teaching respect
teeth during pregnancy
Thanksgiving Activities
Thanksgiving attitude
Thanksgiving cooking with kids
Thanksgiving crafts
thanksgiving day parade
Thanksgiving dinner
Thanksgiving gratitutde
Thanksgiving reminders
Thanksgiving table decor
Thanksgiving tips
thanksgiving trivia
that 70s show
the benefits of acupuncture
The Benefits of Acupuncture for Fertility and Pregnancy Symptoms
the benefits of breast milk
The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Baby
The Benefits of Breastfeeding for Mom
The Benefits of Music for Babies
The Benefits of Prenatal Yoga
The Benefits of Sleep for Kids
The Best Nursing Bras
The Best Nursing Tank Tops
The Cost of Breastfeeding
the dangers of hair tourniquet
The Ecological Benefits of Breastfeeding
The Economic Advantages of Breastfeeding
The First Response Tracker
The Germiest Places for Your Baby
the golden rule
The History of Breastfeeding
the importance of reading to your baby
the importance of sleep for kids
The Importance of Vitamin K for Newborns
the Milky Way documentary
the Milky Way movie
the Milky Way: every mother has a story
The Most Common Poisons for Babies
the positive effects of smiling at your baby
The Pregnancy Companion App
therapy in early childhood
Things to do on Christmas Eve
things to get done before having a baby
things to recycle
thrush in adults
thrush in babies
thrush symptoms
thrush treatment
thumb suckers
thumb sucking
time away from kids
tips for breastfeeding
tips for cleaning out toys
tips for colic relief
tips for diapering a baby
Tips for Family Photos
Tips for Flying with a Baby
tips for handling tantrums
tips for parents of left handed children
tips for sleep training
Tips for Taking your Baby to the Beach
tips for toy safety
tips to avoid food waste
toddler and newborn
toddler play dates
top things to do during pregnancy
tote bags for moms
toxins in cosmetics
toxins in makeup
toxins that are bad for babies
Toy and Gift Safety Awareness Month
Toy Safety
Toy Safety for a Happy Holiday Season
traditional nutritional supplements for kids
traits that influence personality
transitioning to solids
traveling with baby
treat your babysitter like family
trends in family size
type 1 diabetes
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Ultimate World Breastfeeding Week
umbilical cord
umbilical cord care
unique baby boy names
unique baby girl names
unique baby names
united states
Unusual Signs of Labor
Unusual Things to Recycle
update your play space
used baby items
used car seats
used clothes
used cribs
uterus transplant
vaccines during pregnancy
vaginal birth
Valentine's activities for kids
Valentine's crafts
Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day crafts
Valentine's Day crafts for kids
Valentine's Day dates for new moms
Valentine's Day nursing bras
Valentine's Day while breastfeeding
Valentine's Day with kids
Valentine’s Day Fun Facts
varicose veins
varicose veins treatment
visiting the doctor
Vitamin K
Vitamin K and blood clotting
water birth
Ways for Dad to Bond with Baby
Ways to Burn Calories with a Baby
Ways to Celebrate Baby’s First Thanksgiving
ways to encourage Crossing the Midline
ways to find other new moms
Ways to Get Kids to Drink Water
Ways to Get Rid of Cradle Cap
ways to make your home festive
ways to praise your child
ways to relieve congestion in babies
Ways to Say Goodbye to your Child
ways to sweeten Valentine's Day
Ways to Teach Sons to Respect Women
weaning breastfeeding
weaning from breastfeeding
well-balanced diet
what can a baby hear
What Dogs Teach about Love
what is colic
what is colostrum
what is cradle cap
What is Dream Feeding?
what is preterm labor
what is the umbilical cord
what is thrush
What Kids Perceive about Marriage from their Parents
what medications can baby take
what medicines can I take while breastfeeding
what not to buy used
what not to do during pregnancy
what not to eat during pregnancy
what things can be recycled
what to avoid during pregnancy
what to do about colic
what to do before baby arrives
what to do before potty training
What to do if you have Food Poisoning while Pregnant or Breastfeeding
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
what to do with used kids clothes
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
what to look for in pediatrician
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
winter vacation activities
wintertime activities
wirefree nursing bras
women's bags
women’s breast milk
womens hair
World Breastfeeding Week
World Breastfeeding Week 2016
World Breastfeeding Week 2017
yeast diaper rash
yoga during pregnancy
yoga with baby
you baby's gut
your baby's gut