Here at boober we can think of a million reasons why they improve the birthing experience for many. No matter what your plan is—a home water birth, a hospital birth with an epidural, an unmedicated hospital birth, a planned cesarean, or otherwise—a professional doula can provide you with one-on-one personalized care during this transformative experience. Continue Reading 10 Reasons You Should Hire a Doula for Your Baby’s Birth
New mom bottlefeeds pumped breastmilk to her baby. Cori, the Lactation Counselor (and a boober vetted provider), reminds the mother in the background to tip the bottle slightly when the baby begins to suck in air in order to be sure to keep milk in the nipple tip, so baby doesn’t swallow air. Mother practices “paced bottlefeeding” sitting baby as upright as possible and watching her cues. Continue Reading Best position to bottle feed
breastfeeding with bigger breasts Milk supply is driven by stimulation at the breast. As the lactation counselor (and boober provider) says in this video to the new mom who is trying to build her milk supply, “You can’t breastfeed too much. You can breastfeed too little.” Creating more stimulation is key to successful breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is a demand and supply… Continue Reading How to build milk supply with stimulation at the breast
helpful dental tips for pregnant women& nursing mothers DR. AMANDA TAVOULARIS (dentably.com) Dental health may not be on the forefront of your mind during your pregnancy or while you’re breastfeeding. However, it’s important that you take care of your teeth and gums during this time because up to 75% of women develop inflammation of gums, or gingivitis while they are… Continue Reading Helpful Dental Tips for Pregnant Women & Nursing Mothers
New parents typically have many questions about pumping, including what type of breast pump to get, how long to pump for, and how much expressed milk should go into each bottle. This post will answer all of these questions, as well as providing a comprehensive guide to introducing pumping into your feeding routine. Continue Reading How to Pump Breastmilk?
Pumping and build up their reserves of liquid gold is on many new moms to-do list. Storing breast milk correctly is an important step on that journey. Below you will find our best tips and guidelines for milk storage.
Remember, breast milk in a bottle cannot be reused if your baby doesn’t take it all. Be sure to put small amounts in bottles so you don’t have to waste precious milk. Continue Reading How to Store your Breast Milk
On this Boober Tube Tuesday video, founder Jada Shapiro, offers this quick tip for breastfeeding moms and parents with larger breasts or boobs. Demonstration of using a receiving blanket as a “boob sling” to support one large breast while breastfeeding so that the new mom or parent can free that hand and reduce the weight on their wrist while nursing. Learn more by watching our video below. Continue Reading Breastfeeding with bigger breasts
exercising your rights to pump at work BY ALEX BERKE, ASSOCIATE AT BERKE-WEISS LAW PLLC Breastfeeding New Yorkers received a new series of protections in March 2019, when the New York City Human Rights Law was updated to include specific requirements for employers with 4 or more employees to create lactation rooms and policies governing their use. New York City… Continue Reading Exercising Your Rights to Pump at Work
On this Boober Tube Tuesday video, founder of boober offers an explanation of what colostrum is and how it works. Colostrum is the first form of breast milk that comes immediately following delivery of a newborn. It is golden, sticky, and replete with antibodies to help line your baby’s gut and help them eliminate their meconium (first stool). Your baby will typically take only 1-2 tablespoons in the first 24 hours through frequent feeds. Learn more by watching our video below. Continue Reading What is colostrum? The newborn milk
Jada, founder of boober, explains simply how milk production works on this Boober Tube Tuesday video. Baby suckles at the breast, that gives the signal to your brain to make more milk by releasing the hormones prolactin and oxytocin which make and move the milk. The milk comes back down and goes into the baby. The baby suckles at the breast again and the cycle repeats itself. Frequent feeding builds milk supply and you want to let the baby suckle and feed whenever they give you the hunger cues. Learn more by watching our video below. Continue Reading How does breast milk production work?
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