"Not sure if this is something you're willing to talk about, but what's it like having a nursling while being a doula?"
Oh, I'm willing to talk about it! Curious? Read on!
As a follow up to my former blog posts: remember that one lactation room was so hard to find? SOMEONE FOUND IT!
Last week, I published a post on where you can nurse or pump in private on game day at the University of Notre Dame. Along with that post comes a story.
If you're heading to Notre Dame's campus for tailgating and/or watching the game, here are a few spots devoted to lactation that you might want to know about before you go.
If you've ever seen a baby getting a tan at a hospital and been confused, let me catch you up.
I recently wrote for FemCatholic a bit about my dissertation and doula work and what I've heard the most from parents and those thinking about entering parenthood in the past year: "I don't know if I can do this." Do you want to support them? I have some ideas for how you can do that.… Continue reading How to support moms after the COVID baby bust
In which I mostly interview Victoria – about her work as a doula, the resources for parents she’s created at Mother Well Doula, her secret life as a young adult fiction writer, and her advice for being a mom and a small business owner –, and then, for a few minutes at the end, we have a back-and-forth conversation about doulas and privacy.
It's World Breastfeeding Month, so (like always) it's great time to cheer on your friends or loved ones who are breastfeeding or doing any other amazing and arduous tasks to make sure that children are fed!
So, to make encouraging them easier for you, I've created some feeding affirmation cards.
It's World Breastfeeding Week, which is awesome, but anytime is a good time to share some ideas for how you can support your lactating friend! Read on for my top seven tips.