What Nursing Three Children has Taught me about Breastfeeding (Marissa)

My breastfeeding journey started in 2012 and just finished three months ago. I am currently feeling quite mixed emotions ranging between nostalgic and relieved. I have carried and breastfed my three boys for the past six years and, as my youngest is now heading towards the age of two, it seems a good time to tell my story. During World … More What Nursing Three Children has Taught me about Breastfeeding (Marissa)

How it Feels: Using Donated Breast Milk and Becoming A Donor

Despite the WHO’s recommendation that donated breast milk is the next best alternative to breastfeeding your own baby, many people don’t know that it is an option. Others find it strange, which seems odd, given that we rely on others for blood donations, stem cells, bone marrow and organs. There are currently 17 milk banks … More How it Feels: Using Donated Breast Milk and Becoming A Donor

WBW2017: Nursing through Pregnancy and Tandem Breastfeeding

As part of World Breastfeeding Week, Mother Sider Lyndsey has written us a fantastic post about nursing her oldest son, Thomas, through her second pregnancy and tandem feeding him alongside his little brother, Samuel. We hadn’t heard of tandem feeding before having our own babies, yet many women tandem feed twins or a toddler and baby … More WBW2017: Nursing through Pregnancy and Tandem Breastfeeding

Celebrating ‘Safer Sleep Week’ with our FIRST EVER guest post…

In addition to being in the middle of National Bed Month, we are also in the middle of Safer Sleep Week. In honour of this, we have Tribe Member Fran as our first guest writer, talking about something that Lauren and I have little experience of: Bed Sharing. Often (wrongly) referred to as ‘cosleeping’, bed … More Celebrating ‘Safer Sleep Week’ with our FIRST EVER guest post…