COVID-19: Breastfeeding or chestfeeding safely
The World Health Organization, CDC, and Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine all agree that babies should continue to be fed human milk regardless of COVID-19 infection.
Lactation consults during COVID-19
While COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise, all of Woven's consultswill be continue online for the foreseeable future. Read more abouthow to get the most out of online consults.
Postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD
Postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD are increasing concerns during the global pandemic, with over 1 in 3 parents affected. I've created an infographic to help raise awareness around this issue with families and providers.
Covid safety protocols update
2022 is here and the pandemic continues, though there might be a little light at the end of the tunnel. I am still offering virtual appointments to those who are more comfortable having a visit at home, but am now offering in person appointments as well.
Foods to avoid while breastfeeding or chestfeeding
Common herbs that may reduce milk supply
How to treat colic
the different approaches to treating colic, including natural remedies, behavioral interventions, and medical treatments.
Tongue tie in the breastfed or chestfed baby
Babies need to have proper tongue function in order to breastfeed or chestfeed effectively. The tongue plays an important role in milk removal
Free breastfeeding, chestfeeding, & pumping log.
Download this printable baby feeding log when you sign up for my newsletter. Helps with tracking how many diapers per day and how many feedings per day your baby has in the first days and weeks. The chart also features daily notes and reminders about what to expect from weight gain, feedings, temperament, and eliminations. Read more about the resource here.
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