Breastfeeding After Breast Surgery

As a Lactation Consultant, I get this question a lot. Soon to be moms want to know if breastfeeding will be possible for them if they have had breast surgery…

The 6 Month Sleep Regression

You have made it through the 4-month regression and are likely enjoying your baby’s sleep routine and then 6 months hit and your baby’s sleep begins to be disrupted once…

Gentle Ways to Stop Thumb-Sucking

Thumb-sucking is a very normal, natural thing for babies to do. Babies have a natural sucking reflex and many have it even in the womb. This is an important reflex,…

5 of Our Favourite Baby Food Recipes

Feeding your baby and toddler can be overwhelming at times especially on those weeknights when you get home from work and everyone is hungry and tired. Be prepared for your…

Signs Your Baby is Ready to Start Solid Food

Whether you breastfeed, bottle feed or a combination of them both, eventually your baby will need to start eating solid foods. It’s an exciting transition. But can also be stressful…

Early Wake Ups

A sleeping baby. Is there anything more sweet or peaceful than this? One of my favourite things to do when my babies were young was to watch them sleep when…

Types of Tears Explained

A perineal tear is a laceration to the area between the vagina and the rectum. It is a common yet unpleasant side effect of giving birth. When I get to…