August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a time dedicated for moms to talk openly about the joys and difficulties of breastfeeding – the workplace is not often a place breastfeeding is talked about openly, but employers can play a huge role setting breastfeeding employees up for success. We’ve rounded up some tips to get you started.
The more you know, the more you can do to support the breastfeeding moms in your life (even if that means giving pep talks to yourself in the mirror). Keep talking about how important breastfeeding is, how difficult it can be, and what can be done to help moms everywhere nurse successfully. Giving these articles a read is a great way to start!
Newborns have a reputation for doing little more than eating and sleeping, but most new parents--and especially new breastfeeding mothers--are unprepared for just how much feeding the tiniest member of their family will do during their first few weeks of life. Since so many women learn as they go when it comes to nursing, we sought out the advice of an expert to help our newest breastfeeding moms prepare for the most common hurdles they’ll face in the first few weeks.
You've got a baby on your hands, and that means your hands are full. Every little tidbit helps, and we've gathered some nuggets of wisdom that might make keeping your newborn happy and fed more manageable.
August is Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a dedicated time for moms to talk openly about the joys and difficulties of breastfeeding. We've partnered with Edgepark to spread the word about insurance-covered breast pumps and how they can be used to make breastfeeding more successful, especially for busy moms!
According to the CDC, working mothers are both less likely to start breastfeeding and more likely to stop breastfeeding earlier than nonworking mothers. Breastfeeding has been shown to improve the health of moms and babies, but working moms have a harder time finding opportunities to breastfeed and pump. By making this specific type of support … Continue reading 4 Ways To Provide Support For Breastfeeding Employees