Helping moms reach their breastfeeding goals.

BREASTFEEDING AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

We are digging out from our second winter storm here in Oregon, the kids are enjoying the snow now instead of hiding inside from the biting winds and sub-zero temperatures. As the winter weather continues we are reminded to prepare for power outages, treacherous driving conditions and frozen water pipes. But what special considerations should you make if caring for a baby? Breastfeeding is real emergency preparedness – 1. Warm and ready for baby – no electricity required. 2. Always safe – no risk of contaminates from your water supply.

ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, BREASTFEED!

Conquer school mornings in stride with this Olympic-worthy breastfeeding game plan!

By Karen Williamson, CLEC Milkies Special Contributor

Does the alarm clock chime send a shiver down your spine? Get your baby fed and your school-age kids to class on time, with a little help from a simple planner, some extra pump parts, and a streamlined routine.

Chart the course for happier days, easier milk

A TALE OF 2 BIRTHS –

If we were designing maternity care practices today, what would they look like? We could start with an evidence based approach that would allow the best outcomes for infants and mothers – fewer interventions and supportive of breastfeeding. How does that compare to the typical experience of a mother having a baby in a hospital today?

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