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    Breast Feeding — motherhood

    Breastmilk Science: What's Behind Varying Hues

    Breastmilk Science: What's Behind Varying Hues

    Have you seen the photos of breastmilk in varying colors floating around the internet? These photos claim an immune response in the mother’s milk.

    We know that breastmilk alone is sufficient for a baby for the first six months of life. That’s because a mother’s milk is dynamic - meaning it is always changing - adjusting it’s composition to compensate for the baby’s current needs as he or she grows and develops.

    So, not only does your baby “tell” you how much milk she needs, how often, and what her nutritional needs are, she is also relaying a message about her immune status.

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    Breastfeeding Hurdles: Mastitis

    Breastfeeding Hurdles: Mastitis

    Ask any breastfeeding mama about her list of fears, and we bet “mastitis” would rank near the top for most.


    Mastitis is an infection of the breast tissue, but the worst part is it’s known for making you feel like you’ve been run over by the Flu Bus. YUCK. For women who are breastfeeding, mastitis is caused by a clogged duct which can occur when the breast isn’t being completely emptied - either by your baby or by a breast pump.

    Keep reading for more tips on dealing with mastitis!

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    10 Reasons Breastfeeding Moms are Magical

    10 Reasons Breastfeeding Moms are Magical

    It’s World Breastfeeding Week! 

    ….And you know we’re a fan. This special week is an effort to highlight breastfeeding mothers all around the world., and to support and empower them. This is why Wyatt’s Maternity even exists! Supporting mothers (breastfeeding or not) is our very favorite thing. We are honored to be a part of your journey. Keep reading to find out why we think you’re so magical!

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    Uprooting Disappointment When Breastfeeding is Hard

    Uprooting Disappointment When Breastfeeding is Hard

    When we feel disappointment collide with our breastfeeding journey, we have to be acutely aware of how it affects us. Untempered disappointment can be like a tiny weed that grows into overwhelming feelings of failure; like a vine beyond control, convincing us that we did something wrong, that we are inadequate, and that we’re alone in our struggle.

    Friend, if that seed has been planted in your heart, it’s time to dig it up.

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