The past year has been incredibly stress-inducing for many people. When I sit down with my breastfeeding support group families or talk
Welcome to what will likely be the shortest section of my blog post series on low milk supply, about pediatricians and breastfeeding!
I spent two years writing my Masters thesis on low milk supply, and now I’m translating that thesis into a series of
As I’ve mentioned in the past, I did my Masters degree on U.S. mothers and low milk supply. When I started my
I tend to stay away from controversial topics on my blog, but in real life, I’m not great at keeping my mouth
In a blog post earlier this year, I discussed the obnoxious loophole that allows health insurance companies in the United States to
I spent hours and hours this week searching for a term in another language- a term for a feeling that sometimes occurs
Over the past few decades, the language we use to promote breastfeeding has changed. We used to say “breast is best”- but
There are lots of reasons that a baby will suddenly stop breastfeeding and initiate a nursing strike- illness in the baby or
You will very rarely hear me say anything negative about my chosen profession. I love my job, I love the families I
For today’s blog post I considered just cutting & pasting my 21,397 word Masters thesis on U.S. mothers and perceived insufficient milk
Imagine, please, that something is wrong with you (I’m sure this isn’t the case- you are a special snowflake and perfect in
Hi, I'm Rachel!
I'm a private practice lactation consultant (IBCLC) with my masters degree in human lactation. When I'm not helping breastfeeding & chestfeeding families in MetroWest Massachusetts, or writing blogs for parents AND other lactation professionals, I'm hanging with my three kids and/or indulging in my love of drag queens. Learn more about me by clicking here!
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