Are you prepared for breastfeeding? Here’s our best advice from experts and mums on learning how to breastfeed your baby and the challenges you may face. From how fast your breastfed baby should be growing and what to do when breastfeeding is a challenge to useful kit for your breastfeeding journey and getting the best nutrition for mum and baby.
Are you shopping for the best wearable breast pump? There’s a new pump on the block from breastfeeding experts Medela, and to put it bluntly, it’s a game changer.
We know you’ll have a lot on your mind if you’re expecting or busy with your new bundle of joy, so we have pulled together our favourites. Shop the best maternity and nursing bras, from lounge and sports to fuller size cups, we have you covered.
Are you wondering about breastfeeding or bottle feeding? We’ve got some tips on how to do successfully to both. The World Health Organisation (WHO) More
To help fellow mums get through the hot weather this summer, together with the help of some of my colleagues, I’ve put together a guide to breastfeeding in the summer.
An electric breast pump can be a game-changer in helping to feed your baby. If you’ll be away from your little one sometimes, it’s worth considering a pump to express milk for when you’re not around. 15% Elvie discount inside…
Transitioning your baby from breast to bottle can be problematic, which is why the mum-life softness of these silicone baby bottles is just complete genius.
Is your child a fussy eater? A limited diet during pregnancy and breastfeeding may have be defining your child’s taste likes and dislikes.
If you’re looking to find the best bra to wear during pregnancy or breastfeeding, you’ve come to the right place.
Breastfeeding expert Clare Byam-Cook answers your worries and questions commonly associated with breastfeeding.
We take a closer look at Medela’s range of breast pumps and explore the differences between them so you can shop the right breast pump with confidence.
Mastitis is an inflammation of breast tissue, usually caused by an infection. It is a common condition which mainly affects women who are breastfeeding.
Did you know? It’s pregnancy and in particular, the hormone relaxin which loosens the ligaments in a woman’s pelvis in preparation for birth that causes some women’s breasts to sag.
Midwife and lactation consultant Beth Graham tells us everything we need to know about breastfeeding and pumping.
Enter this competition for your chance to win a Swing Flex Pump and Save Set from Medela.
Challenging the use of the ‘fed is best’ message is not about implying that every woman can or should want to breastfeed. It’s about fighting for justice for those women who really wanted to breastfeed.
If you’re planning to bottle feed with expressed breast milk or infant formula, it’s worth being prepared. Here are our top tips and recommended products.
Diet and nutrition advice for breastfeeding mamas by expert Laura Tilt from Biamother, the world’s first health app that cares for new mums.
Breastfeeding your newborn in the first few weeks: cluster feeding, skin to skin, and sore nipples. We find out what’s normal and what’s not.
It’s true what Elvie are claiming – this pump is seriously quiet.
Dr. Spatz (from UPENN and CHOP) shares her wisdom on setting solid foundations for breastfeeding to support mother and baby.
Jamie and Ellie take a look at the brand new Elvie Pump, the silent, hands-free, compact, wearable breast pump.
I’m planning ahead of time to boost breast milk supply before my baby is born – what key things should I be doing?
Two common reasons for colic are tongue-tie and recessive jaw, both of which can result in disorganised suckling. Here’s what to look out for.
There is no set figure for how much weight your baby should put on – every baby will have their own pattern. We explore five top things to remember.
Breastfeeding should be the most natural and easy thing to do, but many new mums have found that this isn’t always the case!
The results of our live Twitter chat with Lactation Consultant Vanessa Christie. Vanessa answers our reader questions on breastfeeding.
As mothers, it is always important to remember that we are all different, and all our babies are different. Just because one thing works for one mum, does not mean it will work for everyone.
Chances are if you breastfed your baby you are aware of these 2 terms: foremilk and hindmilk. So what exactly are foremilk and hindmilk?
This Thursday, My Baba looks back on a 2013 post from Louisa, the founder of lulubaby, and how breastfeeding is just like learning to dance!
You don’t need to go on some magic diet when breastfeeding. You just need to stick to a few simple pieces of advice.
I’m sure that’s how the saying goes… My blog about crappy milk supply deleted itself. This is the second time I’m writing this. It More
As it’s World Breastfeeding Week, Dr Tom York has shared some expert advice with My Baba on how to approach breastfeeding as a first-time parent.
With National Breastfeeding Week commencing this week, we ask nutritional therapist Louisa Dowling what food you should be eating when breastfeeding.
Expressing breastmilk, just like breastfeeding can take a little while to get to grips with. Here are some top tips.
Breastfeeding is a journey. I’ve had a few pitstops already, so turned to online health specialists WellVine for help – all from the comfort of my own home.
Antenatal and breastfeeding expert Louisa van den Bergh helps us to understand if baby is getting the right amount of milk.
We’ve searched the net to find the best selection of nursing tops this summer for easy breastfeeding.
What can we wear to make it easier for us without compromising too much on the style stakes? Our fashion guru Sam Jones tells all.
Antenatal expert and breastfeeding expert Louisa van den Bergh offers some top tips to help new fathers offer support while their partner feeding the baby.
Have you ever thought about donating your breast milk? Did you even know you could? My Baba’s resident maternity nurse explains all.