Day 3 'Baby blues'
“I wish someone had warned me about the day 3 blues” “I don’t know what’s wrong with me, maybe I’m...Read More
When should I pump?
One of the most common questions I am asked by new mothers is “should I be pumping? If so, when?”....Read More
Breastmilk has all the nutrients and bioactive factors needed for optimal infant health and development. The composition of breastmilk varies...Read More
Optimising newborn attachment
Breastfeeding in the first week looks different for every family. The initial mental ‘image’ we think of when we picture...Read More
Breastfeeding & finding a position that suits you... The first hold & the first latch can often be a very...Read More
Breastfeeding with a cleft lip/palate
Babies who are born with a cleft lip or cleft of the palate may be able to breastfeed. There can...Read More
Hyperlactation or ‘oversupply’ refers to the production of breastmilk in excess of the volume your baby needs. In the first...Read More
We’re now endorsed by the Australian College of Midwives!
We’re thrilled to announce we were recently awarded endorsement by the Australia College of Midwives (ACM). This endorsement reflects our...Read More
To pump, or not to pump?
One of the most common questions asked by new mothers is “should I be using a breast pump? If so,...Read More