Eating healthy is important for both you and your baby. Not only is your newborn directly accessing the nutrients from the foods that you eat; but when you are healthier, you are better equipped to provide the best possible care. With a new baby in the house, this may be easier said than done. One nutrient dense food is the answer to the question of how to increase breast milk supply and it is readily available at the grocery store. Chickpeas (or garbanzo beans), whatever you prefer to call them. These little legumes are beneficial to postpartum moms in many ways.Continue reading How to Increase Breast Milk Supply: Chickpeas!
Traveling with your little one can be intimidating for baby and mom. You both are out of your normal routine, sleeping in a different bed, adjusting to new surroundings, possibly a new time zone. Of course we don’t want our babies to feel uncertain and scared. Fortunately, one thing that will remain stable for your baby is the comfort and nourishment they receive from breastfeeding. Have you ever heard the expression “milk coma”? That’s how my babies get when I nurse them- regardless of whether we are on a plane, the beach, a busy city, or, late at night, in an unfamiliar bed.
My name is Sarah and I am the owner of sarahctravels.com, a family travel blog. My boys are ages 4 and 1 and I have nursed both of them for the first 18+ months of their lives, including during our travels. I’ve nursed my babies in 30+ different countries all around the world. Not that I’m a breastfeeding expert, but I have found that nursing while traveling makes the whole experience so much easier!!Continue reading Breastfeeding and Travel: Make Your Trip a Positive Experience with These Vacation Nursing Tips