How annoying it was to write “Lactate Like a Champion Today”

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.

Lactate Like a Champion Today: where to nurse or pump at Notre Dame on football Saturdays

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.

10 feeding affirmations to send your friends and loved ones

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.

CDC-recommended routine vaccinations from birth to age 18

If you're like me, you might be showing up blurry-eyed and exhausted to your newborn's countless doctor appointments, just hoping you remembered to wear pants. Keeping track of what vaccines the pediatrician will ask you about can seem like a nearly impossible task. Now, you don't have to. I made a handy list for you here.

The ABCs of Babywearing: an internet lingo dictionary

If you're just venturing into the world of babywearing, you might be startled (as I was) by the appearance of an entirely different language surrounding wraps, slings, and carriers. What does MMAO mean? And what's a top rail? That's a wild *what*? Take a deep breath; I've got you. Here's a dictionary of some of the more common acronyms and phrases you'll come across on the internet as regards babywearing.