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Are you getting breastfeeding-friendly care for postpartum depression?

Moms who experience postpartum depression or anxiety while breastfeeding sometimes hear from their health-care providers that they'll have to wean in order to feel better, or even that breastfeeding causes depression.  But a growing number of health care providers want to provide care for postpartum depression that is supportive of… Continue Reading >




Five tips for getting rid of a painful bleb (milk blister)

If you've ever had a bleb (also known as a milk blister) you know that they can be both painful and difficult to get rid of.  They can also lead to plugged ducts because they prevent milk from exiting the breast normally.  A bleb is a little white spot on the tip of the nipple that can look like a pimple with skin covering a white dot,… Continue Reading >




Tips to prepare for tandem nursing

Tandem nursing was something I set out to do before I even became pregnant with my second son. I thought it sounded romantic. It sounded easy. It turned out to be over-whelming and one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done. Many women will end up nursing multiple children through pregnancies and beyond whether they choose to or they… Continue Reading >




Motherlove Hits the Bullseye

Thirty years ago, when Kathryn’s passion for plants inspired her to create herbal products for her own pregnancy, it was her dream for all moms to have safe, effective, organic herbal products available for their own pregnancies and babies.From Motherlove’s humble beginnings at Kathryn’s kitchen table, to the creation of Motherlove… Continue Reading >