Traveling with Carmen: Kenisha’s Story

Kenisha Brown, a Group parent from La Leche League of Springfield, Virginia, wrote to us about her impressive travel experience with her daughter, Carmen. We hope you’ll enjoy her story and the tips she has to share. “Carmen… Read More

Holidays With Little Ones, A Conversation With La Leche League Leaders

As holidays approach, many breastfeeding families may wonder how the season will unfold with their nursling. Grandparents and relatives may wish for a way to support the little ones and their parents through the coming months. After a… Read More

Oh, The Places You Nurse!

Here we are with another edition of stories about the different places our readers have nursed their little ones. Today’s blog post includes on-the-job feedings and an anecdote that’s sure to put you in the holiday spirit. Cora… Read More

Where Is The Most Unusual Place You’ve Nursed Your Child? – Part 2

New Beginnings recently shared anecdotes from readers about unusual places where they nursed their children. We’ve received several more stories since then and thought we’d add those to the collection of stories. You can read the first post… Read More

Where Is The Most Unusual Place You’ve Nursed Your Child?

Where is the most unusual place you’ve nursed your child? La Leche League USA recently asked this question on their Facebook page. Many readers offered shared experiences, such as while in a store or a vehicle. Other readers… Read More

Nursing Through The Holidays

The holiday season is here, and with it comes visitors, celebrations, and increased busyness. This time of year can be filled with joy and laughter, but it can also be filled with stress and anxiety. If you are… Read More

Holidays With Baby: Staying Connected

Travel. Out-of-town visitors. Unwelcome advice or opinions. Busy days away from home. The distractions of the holidays can lead to fewer nursing sessions and less time at the breast. This can mean a lower milk supply and sometimes even… Read More

Traveling With Fen

Rose, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania My baby girl Fen came 22 days early via emergency cesarean towards the end of June. My husband had a two-week business trip six weeks later. He didn’t want to leave us at home, so… Read More

Oh, the Places a Breastfeeding Family Goes! Part 8

We’re delighted to share pictures from a few of our readers showing where life has taken them over the past few months. What about you? Send your photos to Amy at [email protected] and tell us a little about… Read More

Oh, the Places a Breastfeeding Family Goes! Part 7

Life doesn’t slow down when you become a parent. In fact, the opposite seems to happen. And life, with a breastfeeding child in your arms or by your side, means you continue to explore the world while also… Read More