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"My newborn wants to nurse all night!" is all I could think as a new mom. These breastfeeding at night tips helped save my sanity at nighttime. If you have a baby, you need these!

"My newborn wants to nurse all night!" is all I could think as a new mom. These breastfeeding at night tips helped save my sanity at nighttime. If you have a baby, you need these.

A little over 2 years ago, I set out to breastfeed my first born. I couldn't ask my mother for advice because when my mom had me, breastfeed

Wondering what breastfeeding will really be like? Check out these 14 things about breastfeeding one mom wishes she knew before starting to nurse her baby.

AT BIRTH: The spine of an infant is C-shaped (a convex curve). He has neither the balancing curves nor the strength to his head upright.

SIX MONTHS TO ONE YEAR: As an infant learns to crawl and stand, the lower back (lumbar) curve and his muscles develop so that he can stand upright. When he walks away from you on his own, only then are all of his curves developed.

Let's answer the five most common questions I'm asked in my childbirth classes about how to push during labor and delivery.