A postpartum doula is an invaluable asset to families who have a new baby. Welcoming a baby is a special time, but it is also a difficult transition for everyone in the family.
Cooking, getting kids (and partners) dressed and ready, travel, visiting family and keeping a positive attitude through it all is a feat for ANY mom. Add breastfeeding a baby into the mix and you'll have a whole new level of challenges. Or, will you? Is i
Does it matter if your Placenta Specialist has a lot of experience? Does it matter if she's Certified? Does it matter if your OB and your L&D nurses know her by name?
Did Amy make it to 3 years breastfeeding?
My newly trained eyes would immediately focus in on pursed and tucked lips, dimpled cheeks and shallow latches. I had to fight the feelings of shame for not knowing my baby wasn't transferring milk.