You've probably heard mixed reports about drinking coffee while you're breastfeeding. The last thing you want to do it put strain on your baby's little liver, but surely your morning latte can't be that bad.Read More
We chat to Natalie about the life giving power of nature, her love/hate relationship with technology, the spiritual awakening that is motherhood, her love for Australia and living with gratitude.Read More
Breastfeeding is life changing. I love that I get to nourish my little one with no outside sources. It's empowering. And I feel that it's important for mothers to not feel shame over this beautiful, natural, bonding act.Read More
This is our wrap on the #treeoflife breastfeeding movement - a gallery of 21 artistic, peaceful, funny and soulful images - this selection covers it all.Read More
I have been made to feel the need to cover up and somewhat shy to feed my baby in public places but strangely feel nothing for the topless editorials I've done in the name of art..?
The world has been desensitized to the sexualization of the breast and to violence on tv...why should it be different when it comes to breastfeeding?Read More
We live in a fast paced, goal directed, multitask oriented world, but our limbic system, that part of the brain which governs emotions and responds positively to the chemicals released by loving touch, remains as ancient as cave images uncovered by anthropologists.Read More
I would never have posted a photo of me breast feeding Poppy, I was I guess, shy and even used to use a muslin wrap, not to cover her but to cover me.
This time around I literally don't care, it's the most normal, beautiful, healthy thing you can do for your baby AND living in Bali it's freaking HOT 🔥Read More
When Californian new mom Cassandra stayed up all night editing over 400 breastfeeding photo's, she had no idea of the viral trend she would wake up to the next day.
Over half a million women have flooded the internet with their #treeoflife breastfeeding photographs, in a grassroots movement that started with real people working to normalize what's normal.Read More
Barely even ten minutes old, she crawled to my breast, latched, and began to nurse. Breastfeeding is easily the most taxing, time consuming, emotional way I have ever connected with and given myself to another person.Read More
Women have taken to social media in a viral campaign to normalize breastfeeding, posting beautifully edited images of themselves nursing.
The colourful trend is dominating the #normalizebreastfeeding hashtag, and bringing together a community of women in solidarity.Read More
...more than half of the 950 mothers who had delivered in a private hospital were given formula milk. Some of these mothers were unaware of the dangers and had no knowledge of the policies in place.
Top violators included popular brands such as Nestle and Heinz - who have violated provisions on more than one occasion and still continue to mislead mothers through various delusive tactics.Read More
"The mothers had no privacy, there was no support for infant feeding, and independent volunteers were going tent to tent handing out bottles of formula." Brooke Bauer, founder and CEO of Nurture Project International - and her colleagues recently set off to Eko Camp near Idomeni in Greece, to provide support and guidance to new mothers on breastfeeding.Read More
An Australian mum has created a breastfeeding Barbie doll to help erase the stigma surrounding breastfeeding, in the hope to normalise a very normal part of life. “I think and hope that with time, people will grow to accept that it’s a normal and natural thing,” she told People.Read More
A normal day with Aria includes, waking up at 10am, eating breakfast, coming back upstairs playing with her toys. Cuddling, reading, and taking some selfies.Read More
Finally when her paediatrician clipped her tongue she able to latch, but completely uninterested at that point. So, I would have to pump all day and bottle feed her my liquid gold. I was devastated that she would be so upset anytime I put her on the boob.Read More
The breastfeeding emoji is intended to complement the present baby bottle emoji and complete the set of family emoji’s - including the recently added same-sex and single-parent families.Read More
May feeding our children in America not be remembered as a cultural movement but rather, a human right.Read More
Hundreds of women turned out in Argentina to breastfeed in public Saturday, in protest at the removal of a mother for nursing publicly in a Buenos Aires square last week.Read More
Eden, 10 months old, born premature to a dedicated and loving mother who fought to breastfeed against the odds.Read More
To me, it seemed like breastfeeding should be as natural as brushing your hair.Read More