Category: Breastfeeding

weeLove: Free Breastfeeding Support from Medela

The Moms’ Room A Nursing and Pumping Know-how Resource from Medela Every woman’s breastfeeding journey is different. But moms face common struggles as they adjust to this “new normal.” From nipple pain to latching challenges, it can feel overwhelming, confusing, and just plain exhausting. But there’s good news: it gets...

weeLove: Peanuts, Eggs, and Milk…Oh My!

Ready, Set, Food! A New Defense Against Food Allergies Anxious about introducing peanuts, milk, eggs (or all of the above) into your baby’s diet? With food allergies on the rise, you’re not alone. But there’s good news: new national guidelines and several breakthrough studies show that exposing babies as young as 4 months old to potentially...

weeLove: A Seamless, Supportive Bra

Get this for “the girls”  Sugar Candy from Cake Maternity The last thing an expecting or new mom needs is an uncomfortable bra. As your body changes, you may feel like your bust is—quite literally—busting out at the seams. Add thick wires and rigid cups to the mix and you’re...

weeLove: A Portable, New Mom Best Friend

Feeding Friend Comfort & Support in a Small Package There’s nothing like a trusty pillow to make breast or bottle feedings easier and comfier for everyone involved. But you can’t exactly tote around the massive one (that’s almost as big as your glider) everywhere you go. Feeding Friend is an award-winning, portable, self-inflating pillow...

weeLove: This GentleBottle Keeps Things Natural

A Feeding Favorite The GentleBottle from Olababy Ever stared down a massive aisle of bottles in a baby store and felt completely overwhelmed about what to buy? You’re not alone. (This exact scenario is what led our founder Ally to create weeSpring!) Skip the store or aimless online searching and check out the...

Breastfeeding Awareness Month: Go-to Guide for Nursing

Photo by Jordan Whitt Did you know that August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month? (Now you do!) And while we’re all pretty familiar with the idea that breastfeeding is natural and that (supposedly) evolution has prepared women to nurse easily, that’s not always the case, even with all of the information...