Miss Lissa, host, podcaster and comedian, opens up about her decision to breastfeed and her 11-month breastfeeding journey.

Lansinoh launches #MamaPromise to help educate on the importance of supporting the breastfeeding mama in your life.

Tamera decided to offer hope to women struggling with it by sharing a picture of herself in the nursery with her daughter Ariah.


A mother breastfeeding her child is the most natural thing she can do in early childcare, but many mothers are still unsure of how to do it correctly. In the Black communities of cities like Milwaukee, Atlanta and Detroit, breastfeeding rates are especially low, but new and organized gatherings and initiatives have been appearing to […]

For many working moms, returning to work after maternity leave not only brings challenges regarding finding adequate childcare for their little one, it can also cause challenges for those breastfeeding and needing to keep up with the demands of both their career and providing enough sustenance for their infant. MUST READ: CHICK CHAT: Have Toys […]

A new study has provided pro-bottle-feeding advocates with all new ammo in the ongoing debate over the benefits of breastfeeding. Ohio State University released research this week that revealed that the long-term health and well-being benefits of breastfeeding might have been hugely overstated. Published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, the study analyzed ongoing data […]

I’ve always loved baby dolls and have had just about every one imaginable. As a child, I’d circle the ones I wanted in toy catalogs and submit the requests to my mother. Having the latest peeing, burping, talking, crying doll was a very serious matter. One year, there were no more Baby Sip & Slurps […]

There is always a big debate among mothers about breastfeeding in public. Some think that it’s something that should be done behind closed doors and others think that it’s perfectly natural and acceptable to breastfeed in public. What do I think? Well, personally I find it offensive to some degree. I think that breastfeeding is such a […]

Here’s another reason for new moms to breastfeed…According to a new study, breastfeeding can burn up to 500 calories a day.