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Top Five Myths About Breastfeeding
4 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Breastfeeding
Welcome to Momseze!
Everything You Need to Know: Nursing/Maternity Bras by Cake Maternity
Is My Baby Getting Enough?

Top 3 Tips for Parents in the NICU

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Do you ever feel like everyone has a role in the NICU to care for your baby but you? Often we feel like we don’t really have a specific role in caring for our own baby with so many staff members watching their every move. But guess what? NICU mamas have the most important role of all: the parent is the most important caregiver of all!

Welcome back to our mini-series! The Big 5: Questions Every Mom Asks, Answered by an OBGYN and one of our very own Momseze medical directors, Dr. Julie Schurr.  In this final edition, we’ll cover questions 4 and 5! 4. How long should I breastfeed my baby? A great question for Momseze’s Lactation Consultants who are certified as an

As an OBGYN, Dr. Schurr knows firsthand how many questions new parents have. She’s chosen her top 5 questions every new mom asked, right here on the Momseze blog.

Getting Out the Door

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“He’s hitting me, she’s in my way. Oh, come on- We’ve barely started the day.” A brief glimpse into motherhood with Meredith

Finding your Fit: Nursing Bras

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I’m sure you have heard it all before.  What’s the big deal with a bra fitting?  You must wear a properly fitted bra if you are to be supported and avoid the chance of sagging.  But how do you know if your bra is fitting properly or if you are wearing the correct size?  See a

Welcome to our new mini-series! The Big 5: Questions Every Mom Asks, Answered by an OBGYN and one of our very own Momseze medical directors, Dr. Julie Schurr.  Stay tuned for questions 2-5, available only on our blog! As an Obstetrician/ Gynecologist for over 25 years, I think I’ve pretty much seen and heard it all

Find out everything you need to know about your bras pre & post baby from Cake Maternity CEO Tracey Montford

Momseze on Youtube

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That’s right- we’ve recently recruited our amazing staff of baby care experts to create a Youtube channel! Our team of lactation consultants, nurses & baby support specialists is ready to help you with any of your new parent needs.  Click the link below to enjoy our channel of how-to’s, “Mom Moments,” & tricks of the trade on Youtube. 

Look Good, Feel Good, ‘Mom’ Good

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With so much emphasis and focus on pregnancy and the actual birth, it’s not hard to see how things could feel like they’re crashing down postpartum. Being met with the reality of raising a child is no easy feat. If you’re struggling to feel your best post baby, some extra proactive first steps may improve your mood

Breastfeeding & Preemies

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It is important to remember that breastfeeding a preemie is a whole different ball game than breastfeeding a baby who was born near their due date. Preemies need a little extra time to grow and develop. Often as parents of preemies we need to reset our expectations about what our baby is able to do.

Milk Sharing & Me

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Ever wondered what it’s like to use donated breast milk to feed your baby? Laura shares her insights into the world of milk sharing

“Hi, I’m New(born) Here”

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Newborns are just trying to survive life outside of mama and that can be tough!

Count on Change

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One of our Friendseze, Eileen, reflects on the only constant in her motherhood journey

Parental Perspective

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An intimate moment between two parents and their new bundle of joy

The Liquid Ninja Your milk has antibacterial powers!!  That’s right- if it wasn’t enough that you just created a tiny human, you now hold the medicine to fight off the world’s bacteria…in your boobs! Your breastmilk can be used as medicine for eye infections, eczema, even little scratches on baby’s face. Sore nipples?  A little