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How to Get 6 Hours of Sleep a Night As a Brand-New Mom
A stranger claimed a midwife named Cath could show me the way.
Imagine, a Way to Collect Breast Milk Without a Pump
Francie Webb is a doula who wants you to know the solution is in your own hands.
Trump Would Love to Declare a Mommy War
The administration’s failure to support a breastfeeding resolution was also an attempt to divide new parents.
13 Women on What Pumping Breast Milk Feels Like
“The day-to-day reality of pumping at work was awful.”
Pumping Breast Milk Just Got a Little Bit More Serious
After a tragedy, the CDC released new and more extensive guidelines for cleaning pump parts.
The Parenting Practices That Aren’t Bougie Indulgences
Breastfeeding and parental leave aren’t like expensive sandwiches.
The Weirdness of Breastfeeding Someone Else’s Baby
After a controversial column, a closer look at boob-swapping.
Writer Behind Bizarre Breastfeeding Story Reportedly Suspended
According to the Toronto
, Leah McLaren has been suspended from the
Globe and Mail
The Internet Discovers a Strange Breastfeeding Story
In a now-unpublished story,
Globe and Mail
writer Leah McLaren claims she once tried to breastfeed a politician’s baby without permission.
22 Women on What Breastfeeding Actually Feels Like
From how nursing is like peeing, to what being bitten feels like, to sexual side effects.