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Prolactin And The Importance Of Nighttime Nursing or Pumping

Written by Wendy, IBCLC  Waking up to nurse your baby can be exhausting. After a while, most of us mamas get used to it, and babies and toddlers do eventually outgrow the need to nurse at night (when that is varies widely!). But when you are in it, it is so easy to feel irritated, defeated … and did I mention, exhausted?  Rest assured,… Continue Reading >




Video Series - How Nipple Cream is Made

 Motherlove began making our award-winning Nipple Cream in 1995. At that time, our founder Kathryn harvested the herbs from her own property and made the salve in crock pots in her kitchen. While the recipe for Nipple Cream hasn’t changed much since then, the demand, and therefore the methods of producing it, certainly have… Continue Reading >




The Amazing Benefits of Malunggay (Moringa)

The benefits of breastfeeding are widely studied and well-known. Babies who are exclusively breastfed have lower rates of respiratory infections, asthma, eczema, diarrhea, ear infections, and obesity, just to name a few. However, many women do not exclusively breastfeed for six months, as recommended by American Academy of Pediatrics.(1,2)… Continue Reading >




Different Flange Size for Each Breast?

No two breasts are the same so don’t assume your pump flanges should be the same size!All breast pumps come with at least one set of breast flanges, also known as breast shields, averaging in size from 24-27 millimeters. However, did you know that it is extremely common for a person to need different size flanges for each breast? Even at… Continue Reading >