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. 

Nutrition for New Moms: What Most Health Professionals Won’t Tell You

Nutrition for New Moms: What Most Health Professionals Won’t Tell You

Jul 21 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

Diet can have a huge effect on your energy levels, even when sleep deprived, and overall feelings and wellbeing. Momful can also help moms feel better, physically and mentally.

I Wanted to Quit Everything—My Job, Breastfeeding, Motherhood—Instead, I Founded a Startup to Help Moms Like Me

I Wanted to Quit Everything—My Job, Breastfeeding, Motherhood—Instead, I Founded a Startup to Help Moms Like Me

Jul 13 , 2021

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Megan McDonough

We caught up with Amy to learn more about her breastfeeding journey and what inspired Pumpspotting, a community-driven breastfeeding and baby feeding support platform. 

Pumping mistakes you might not know you’re making and how to solve them

Pumping mistakes you might not know you’re making and how to solve them

Jun 28 , 2021

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Team Lilu

When pumping, there's always room for improvement. To remove some of the guess work and stress around pumping, here's a list of five common mistakes and how to solve them created by Amanda Glenn from ExclusivePumping.com.

Tips and Tools to Help your Baby Sleep Better and Longer

Tips and Tools to Help your Baby Sleep Better and Longer

Dec 10 , 2020

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Megan McDonough

Being a new mom is tough stuff, and it’s so important that both you and your baby are getting the sleep you need. Usually, when your baby is around 3-months old, it is easier to get into more of a sleeping rhythm.

The latest research on breast milk and what it means for you

The latest research on breast milk and what it means for you

Apr 10 , 2020

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Adriana Vazquez

Every drop of milk you produce for your child is a medication, providing immunobiological and developmental substances.

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