Prematurity Awareness Day: Tips on how to survive your baby's stay in the NICU

Prematurity Awareness Day: Tips on how to survive your baby's stay in the NICU

Nov 17 , 2021

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Team Lilu

No one plans on having a preemie. And yet, it happens to about 1 out of 10 babies born each year. According to The March of Dimes, premature birth is the leading cause of infant mortality in the US. Those who survive often struggle with long term ...

Why moms should buy the products they want for Black Friday

Why moms should buy the products they want for Black Friday

Nov 10 , 2021

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Team Lilu

As a mom it’s easy to get carried away with taking care of everything and everyone else, and unwittingly forget about yourself in the process. However the simplest things can really help shape our outlook for the day, and that's why we encourage y...

What it Feels Like When your Breast Milk Comes In

What it Feels Like When your Breast Milk Comes In

Oct 20 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

As a new mom, there are so many changes your body goes through, and it’s totally okay to be hesitant or unsure of what to expect. Here's a breakdown of what it may feel the first time your breast milk comes in. 

10 Registry Must-Haves for the New Mom

10 Registry Must-Haves for the New Mom

Oct 18 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

From daily nutritional supplements and our hands-free massage bra to aromatherapy eye pillows and weighted blankets, make sure to add these must-haves to your baby registry. 

Postpartum Rage: Causes, Symptoms and How to Cope

Postpartum Rage: Causes, Symptoms and How to Cope

Sep 29 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

Postpartum rage is rarely talked about, but is a lot more common than you’d think. Since postpartum rage falls under the postpartum depression umbrella, it’s usually either overlooked or lumped in with feelings of sadness rather than fits of anger.

How to Pick the Right Bra Size for your Postpartum Breasts

How to Pick the Right Bra Size for your Postpartum Breasts

Sep 22 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

You'll probably start noticing changes in your breasts during the early stages of pregnancy—the size will increase and your nipples may feel tender. This is all due to hormonal changes happening in the body