Medela Canada has recently launched a new resource for parents: the Medela Canada YouTube Channel. On this site, you will find over 140 videos in both French and English to serve as a support tool for parents in assembling, operating, cleaning, and troubleshooting their breast pumps along with educating on storage and handling guides for breast milk.
Many people say that breastfeeding is the easiest thing in the world. It is true that it is the most nutritional option for the baby, but it does not always come naturally to everyone. When you look at the benefits of human milk, breastfeeding can be one of the most important decisions that you make for your child. First time moms are often overly concerned about this, and even mothers who breastfed their first child effortlessly can have challenges subsequent times. It turns out that it is often the baby who has issues not related to the mom’s milk production or breasts. Therefore, it is so important for mothers to get the information and support they need to successfully breastfeed.
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.
Medela Canada, established in 1994, is a subsidiary of Medela AG, based in Zug, Switzerland. As a company, Medela is committed to promoting the benefits of breastmilk and encouraging long-term breastfeeding. It provides an extensive range of products through a group of qualified retailers, and offers solutions for breastfeeding mothers to get over any hurdles in the early days and to support their long-term breastfeeding goals.
One of the fun things about becoming a mother is that it gives you the chance to meet other women who are going through similar experiences. Whether you want breastfeeding support or just to meet new friends for tea and a chat, babies are an endless source of conversation and sharing. If you are looking for a more organized networking group that can connect you with like-minded moms, there are also many options in Canada.