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My Milk Isn’t In…What Do I Do?

A common early breastfeeding question is, My Milk Isn’t In…What Do I Do? . Below Jessica Haupt, RN, IBCLC provides answers to nursing with low production, or what seems like low-production but is actually quite normal! Tips on increasing your milk production and a successful breastfeeding relationship are below. One of the challenges brand new […]

Emergency Preparedness with Infants

When an emergency strikes, the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA suggest having food, water and other supplies to last your family for at least 72 hours. Families with babies should take special note and also have an additional kit ready for baby. In Emergency Preparedness with Infants, we suggest storing these items in a […]

What is a Dreamfeed?

When seeking ways to help baby sleep longer stretches at night, parents commonly hear advice that they must offer baby a “dreamfeed.” But what is a Dreamfeed? And how does it work? Here’s how this scheduled feeding technique works: What is a Dreamfeed? Popularized by the widely respected Baby Whisperer newborn advice books, to dreamfeed […]

Your First Night Home with Baby: Questions About Feeding

In continuation with our “Your First Night Home” series, we answer some of the most common questions our nurses get from new parents about newborn feeding. Your First Night Home Baby Questions, Feeding answers parents frequently asked questions about how much, how often and how to feed their newborns. Your First Night Home How often […]

5 Easy Tips to Help Your Reflux Baby

To help babies with reflux, we need to first understand what reflux is and then find comfort techniques.  Reflux is a backward flow of the contents of the stomach into the esophagus that causes heartburn. Our team of night nannies presents advice to help here, with 5 easy tips to help your reflux baby. Reflux […]