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Nursing & Breastfeeding

  • Empowering women to embrace their beauty in pregnancy & postpartum

    Are you pregnant or just had your baby and having one of those days where you just don’t feel like yourself? Yeah, me too, and doesn’t it suck?! I mean, we are making a human! We are incredible human beings. And yet somehow, we have these moments where we are so hard on ourselves. So I ask you. Would you help another new mumma or mumma-to-be going through the same thing? If yes, then this blog is for you.  View Post
  • 5 Tips for preparing to breastfeed your newborn baby

    Learning to breastfeed can be difficult for many mothers and babies. There is no time limit on how long your breastfeeding journey can or will last for, no manual on how your baby will or should feed or even the amount of milk you can or will produce. We talk to lactation consultants Deyana & Cheryl from Bundle & Me on their advice for any new Mumma who is about to embark on their breastfeeding journey. View Post
  • Classic TV shows to watch during those 3am feeds.

    Congratulations on having a baby mumma, now it’s time say goodbye to your precious nights of sleep and be prepared for a solid few months of night time feeds with your newborn. We know how hard it can be to function with broken sleep or stay awake while your baby is hungry, but do not worry, we have a list of our favourite, easy to watch TV shows to help get you through it! View Post
  • Will I be able to breastfeed? Understanding your milk supply and what can happen if you are low.

    Even though most new mums plan to breastfeed, the hardest part can be not knowing if you can (for example if you have low milk supply) and what your options are. We speak to Registered Nurses, Endorsed Midwives and Lactation Consultants Deyana and Cheryl from Bundle and Me about understanding how your milk supply starts, the signs of low milk supply and what can be done to help support your breastfeeding journey if you chose to. View Post
  • Breast or Bottle? It’s your choice.

    One of the most controversial topics that new mums face is whether to breastfeed, mix feed or formula feed their bub. And while Facebook groups, forums and mothers’ groups may debate over which method is best, here at Something for Mumma we understand that sometimes exclusive breastfeeding just isn’t an option.  View Post