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Managing the Wild and Wonderful World of a Toddler – Advice from Medela Moms
1 week ago

Managing the Wild and Wonderful World of a Toddler – Advice from Medela Moms

By  •  Parenting Tips

Toddlerhood is a time of innocence, wonder, and growth for children and their parents. It also poses some unique and often frustrating challenges. The toddler years are a time of great cognitive, emotional and social development, so there is a lot of energy and enthusiasm – to put it mildly! Read More

Bon Voyage! Tips for Travelling with a Breastfed Baby
1 week ago

Bon Voyage! Tips for Travelling with a Breastfed Baby

Are you planning a vacation with your new baby? Or, maybe you’re getting ready to take a long-distance trip to introduce your child to her grandparents? If so, you may be concerned about how to manage the trip if you are still breastfeeding. Have no fear! One of the advantages of breastfeeding is that it’s much easier to travel with a breastfed baby than a formula-fed one. Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or car, breastfeeding provides a portable, nutritionally balanced food supply for your baby. In addition, you don’t need to worry about packing bottles or sterilizing feeding supplies. Read More

Medela Breast Pump Videos to Help You Have a Better Breastfeeding Experience – Part One
1 week ago

Medela Breast Pump Videos to Help You Have a Better Breastfeeding Experience – Part One

Medela Canada has recently launched a new resource for parents: the Medela Canada YouTube Channel. This will be a central destination for videos about how to use breast pumps, how to store and freeze breast milk, and other instructional videos to help moms have a better experience with breastfeeding. Read More

15 Things Moms Should Not Feel Guilty About
1 month ago

15 Things Moms Should Not Feel Guilty About

By  •  Mindset

It is a fact of modern motherhood that so much of our daily life is infused with feelings of guilt. A word that has such negative connotation, guilt can be negative and manipulative, and even paralysing if you allow it to dictate your daily decisions. Read More

“Hey Mom, Wake Up, I’m Hungry!” – A Letter from Your Baby
1 month ago

“Hey Mom, Wake Up, I’m Hungry!” – A Letter from Your Baby

By  •  Lifestyle

Hi mom!

I know you are in the middle of a wonderful dream, enjoying a sunny vacation with daddy on an exotic island and yes, that seems to be me in your dream, perfectly silent, wearing some totally spotless designer outfit. I am swinging quietly in a white baby hammock floating gently over a beautiful lush tropical garden. It is so quiet mommy – where is everyone? Oh wait, the dream has just changed to you are shoe shopping in a place with rows and rows of rainbow coloured sandals and friendly shoe men that all look like George Clooney. How odd, for some reason I am nowhere to be seen in this dream.

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My Medela: Your Personal Companion for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
1 month ago

My Medela: Your Personal Companion for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

 

Life just got a little bit simpler thanks to MyMedela, the brand NEW App that will help you track everything baby!

You spend nine months planning, reading, preparing and imagining what life will be like with a new baby. Then when the birth is in the rear view mirror (and you did great!) you have this new little being in your arms and life suddenly gets a little bit more hectic, intense, joyous, and at times even a bit overwhelming! Read More

4 Reasons to Consider the Calma Feeding Solution by Medela
1 month ago

4 Reasons to Consider the Calma Feeding Solution by Medela

By  •  Breastpumping

Mothers today want to find the right balance between all aspects of their life. Too often in our culture, moms are expected to try to “do it all” and “have it all.” However, the truth is, moms are not superheroes. Read More

Thank You Mom for Breastfeeding Me
2 months ago

Thank You Mom for Breastfeeding Me

By  •  Lifestyle

Hi Mom,

I just arrived here on earth a few weeks ago and if you think that having a baby was amazing, you should ask a baby what it’s like being born. You can only imagine the incredible experience of making that transition from a soft, warm and very quiet, safe place to a high-energy world with bright lights, crazy colors and intense noise. Read More

Things that Breastfeeding Women Would Like to Say to Their Partners
2 months ago

Things that Breastfeeding Women Would Like to Say to Their Partners

By  •  Mindset

Dear Love,

I know that sometimes you might have felt left out of the pregnancy experience, since so much of it was going on in my body. And, now that we decided that I am going to be a breastfeeding mom, it may feel like there is another important process that you need to watch from the side-lines. The truth is, now that I’m a mother, you have never been more important to me! Read More

Your Premature Baby’s First Year of Life
2 months ago

Your Premature Baby’s First Year of Life

Typically, a baby grows in the womb for 40 weeks before being born. Babies born at 40 weeks are called full-term. If a baby is born earlier than 37 weeks, that baby is called premature, or “preterm” or a “preemie.” In the US, 12–13% of infants are born premature. What happens in the first year? Read More