Momzelle Breastfeeding Blog

  • Mom and Baby Yoga: Why Should You Start Yoga Practicing?

    This is a guest post written by Emily Adams. She is a marketing specialist at YogiWear having a main focus on development and implementation of marketing ideas. Her primary points are yoga life, benefits of yoga, yogi lifestyle and yoga wear.     After 40 long weeks of pregnancy, you are rewarded with an adorable baby to love. But, the arrival of a new baby also comes with a few growing pains, namely getting used to a new schedule. Taking care of baby leaves you with few precious minutes for anything else, much less exercise. And, even if you are able to squeeze in some workout time, your recovering body must be handled with care. You need an exercise routine that is...
  • Starting A Family: 5 Things Parents Wish They Knew Before Having Kids

    This is a guest post written by Kara Masterson. She is a freelance writer from Utah. She enjoys Tennis and spending time with her family. Parenting can be rewarding. It can also bring joy to your life. However, any parent will tell you that being a mom or dad is not as easy as it seems. There are several things that many parents wish they would have known before they became parents. Getting Pregnant may not be Easy It is estimated that 10 percent of couples struggle with infertility. Many couples are able to overcome this problem and conceive a child naturally. However, some couples need infertility treatment. There are several treatments available. Medication, in vitro fertilization and artificial insemination are some of the treatments that...
  • Spring-Summer 2017 Collection

    Did you see those beautiful rays of sunshine ? The return of warm weather inspires us to get out our most beautiful shirts, especially our beautiful dresses that have been sleeping in the back of the closet. Here at Momzelle, we have also been inspired by the beautiful weather and warmth has invaded our spring-summer collection 2017! The Spring-Summer 2017 Collection Is Here!     NORA This pretty summer dress imitates the color and finish of jean, but with the soft comfort of Lyocell. This color is a classic denim blue and is on trend this summer."(https://www.pantone.com/fashion-color-report-spring-2017) Its opening facilitates breastfeeding, but it can also be worn during pregnancy. It is the perfect dress to carry you through the hot months while pregnant and...
  • 4 Tips for Having a Rocking Wardrobe While Breastfeeding

    This is a guest post written by Kara Masterson. She is a freelance writer from Utah. She enjoys Tennis and spending time with her family. A woman's body experiences so many dramatic changes through the course of a pregnancy. Between stretch marks, swollen ligaments and morning sickness, a woman usually endures some serious inconveniences for the sake of having a healthy child. Once the baby arrives, the mother's body doesn't stop being a vessel and resource for the baby. Unless you're a mother who decided to opt for formula, babies rely on the milk their mothers produce in order to survive. Consider these clothing tips when it's time for breastfeeding.   Find A Few Chic Wrap Dresses The wrap dress is a chic...
  • How to Be Awesome at Preparing for a Baby on a Budget

    This was a guest post written by Stephanie Lynch. She’s a freelance writer who resides in Gilbert, Arizona. In her free time, you can find her spending time with her family, scrapbooking and enjoying the outdoors. You’ve probably heard it before: “A baby, by the time they turn 18, will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars.” Sure, while this can be true to an extent, it doesn’t mean you have to blow through your budget to make baby happy. If you’re new to parenting or maybe it’s even your third, here are some simple steps you can take to budget like a pro:   Ask for free samples and coupons Many manufacturers supply hospitals with samples of diapers and...
  • Moms Matter: Why Breastfeeding is So Important for Your Baby

    This guest post is written by Hannah Whittenly. She is a freelance writer and mother of two from Sacramento, CA. She enjoys kayaking and reading books by the lake. The evidence, both scientific and anecdotal, indicates that breastfeeding is something you should do as a mother if you can. Of course, you would need to produce a sufficient amount of milk to feed your baby, and you would have to adapt feeding times to allow for the necessary time for your baby to feed. This may include using a pump to capture and store breast milk. Here are some reasons why breastfeeding is so important for your baby.   Pathogen Protection Your new baby's digestive tract gains protection from pathogenic invaders from the...
  • You've come this far - Don't Give it Up Now

      This guest post is writting by Jenny Silverstone. She is is just another Mom trying to do her Best. She loves organizing things into lists and helping others find what they are looking for.   Moms who decide to breastfeed can end up feeling a little let down by the process in the beginning -- for something so instinctual, it can sure be hard to do right. With incorrect latches, sore nipples and engorgement pain, you can sometimes feel like throwing in the nursing bra and tearing open a can of formula.   And then you look at your baby, who is counting on you to make the best choices. Instead of quitting, what you need is encouragement. Find...
  • Relaxation and meditation tips for nursing moms

    This article is a guest post written by Cassie Brewer. She is a freelance journalist and writer. Breastfeeding is one of the greatest challenges many women will face after having a baby. While breastfeeding comes easily and naturally for some mothers and their infants, the struggle for the perfect (and painless) latch frustrates many mothers…sometimes to the point of tears.   According to the 2011 Breastfeeding Report Card issued by the Centers for Disease Control, 79 percent of mothers initially breastfeed their newborns but only 49 percent continued breastfeeding their infants after six months. Only 27 percent of infants were breastfed for one year.   The need to go back to work often interferes with breastfeeding, especially since not all...
  • Which is the best time to start yoga? For mothers after childbirth

    This is a guest post by Hannah Tong. She is the founder of Omaby.com, a blog dedicated to providing advice on mother and childcare and truthful information. She love taking care of her kids and teaching them the right things. She is enthusiastic and loves sharing her experiences about how to protect family’s health. Are you wondering which is the best time to start yoga for new mothers? As stressful as new members of your growing family can be, you need to work on the stress relieving techniques for your body, mind, and soul. Yoga can be a great method to help deal with stress while providing a great deal of exercise at the same time. Together, we will be going over when...
  • Breastfeeding an adopted baby – what you should know

    Adoptive breastfeeding is becoming increasingly common as the society moves towards embracing this new idea.  Not only is it possible to breastfeed an adopted infant but more andmore mothers are interested in the possibility of fostering new-borns. It can be a rewarding experience for both the mother and her adopted child. Adoption can be a long process, and makes each placement irrevocable once the birthmother has signed the consent documents. The actual placement will only take place once the adoptive parents have received a written consent and are medically/financially approved by the adoption agency.     Adoptive Breastfeeding – The Process While it does require some pre-planning, the adoptive breastfeeding process is not much different from nursing a biological child...

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