Breastfeeding made the news quite a bit in 2012. And this year also saw a number of advances in support for breastfeeding moms. Here is our round up of the year’s highlights!Federal pumping law upheld. The Affordable Health Care Act contained some important advances for nursing moms, and these were in jeopardy due to court… Continue Reading >
It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything in nature is resurrection. —Voltaire Motherlove was born in Rist Canyon, in the mountains west of Fort Collins. The beginnings of the company and our family beginnings are one and the same. My mother started making the products we sell today from herbs and plants she… Continue Reading >
2012 saw a whole lot of celebrities talking about breastfeeding their babies and nursing in public. We thought you’d enjoy this round-up of some of the more memorable celebrity moments!Breastfeeding had its first ever celebrity event promoting breastfeeding and Motherlove was proud to be a sponsor! Held in partnership with Healthy… Continue Reading >
2012 brought a wealth of new research findings on breastfeeding!Check out our links below for a (partial) list of the latest evidence on the effects of breastfeeding on mothers’ and babies’ health, the constituents and functions of breastmilk, and new insights in breastfeeding practice and policy.Breastfeeding associated with these… Continue Reading >
If you’ve had shoulder, wrist, back or other muscle pain while breastfeeding, you’re probably not alone.Breastfeeding (as well as bottle feeding) requires that we log lots of hours in one or more position, and if those positions set us up for pain we’re sure to feel it!We asked, Debbie Roberts, an occupational therapist and author of… Continue Reading >
Do you leak when you cough, laugh, jump? Listen to our podcast on reversing incontinence after baby!
When you run, when you sneeze, when you lift something heavy…Millions of women experience stress incontinence after having a baby. And millions more will develop incontinence as they age. But there’s a lot you can do about it, and our podcast discussion this month is all about that.Tanya spoke with Tasha Mulligan, physical therapist… Continue Reading >