Author Archives: Jolie Black Bear

The Creator’s Gift to Mothers

This video discusses the importance of breastfeeding, as well as the myths that often prevent moms from breastfeeding. Breastfeeding truly is “the Creator’s gift to mothers!” For more information about some of the topics discussed in the video, please see: … Continue reading

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Stress and Breastmilk Production

Does stress reduce milk production? Consider this scenario: You are late for an important appointment. You are just starting out the door when you discover baby poops through his last clean outfit and all over you, too! Your phone is … Continue reading

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How can I pump more breastmilk?

Moms who need to express their milk exclusively or in addition to breastfeeding are often concerned about their milk production. Combining breast massage and hand expression with pumping can help moms remove more milk and drain the breast more fully. Put … Continue reading

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We’re still here!

We apologize for our lack of posts these last few months. Our writing team is busy, busy, busy with family, school, and work. There never seem to be enough hours in the day to do all we would like and … Continue reading

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10 Ways Families Can Support Breastfeeding

You are welcoming a new baby to the family. Congratulations! Breastfeeding is one of the healthiest, most rewarding things a mom can do for her baby. It is only natural that you want to support the new mother in breastfeeding … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Breastfeeding in Public–With Confidence!

New mothers need to be out and about with their babies and often have lots of questions about breastfeeding away from home. Here are some easy tips to help you breastfeed fearlessly anywhere. 1. Attend a breastfeeding support group or … Continue reading

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