Mastitis - Colorado Mountain Doulas

I Might Have Mastitis: What Should I Do?

Mastitis: a funny sounding word for a not-so-funny condition. All too many nursing mothers have experienced rapid-onset breast pain, fever, and chills that mark a breast infection. Let’s learn a little more about this common mother’s problem – what it is, and what you should do if you have mastitis. What is Mastitis? Simply put,[…]

cluster feeding - Colorado Mountain Doulas

What is Cluster Feeding and How Do I Survive it?

“My baby is using me as a pacifier!” “My baby wants to do nothing but nurse all day.” “My baby is a week old, but most nights I’m stuck nursing for what feels like hours at a time.” These questions come from almost every new parent as the shock of providing 24/7 on-demand infant care[…]

Postpartum Feeding - Colorado Mountain Doulas

5 Things I Know About Bottle Feeding

Guest blog by Kate Herzel, professional doula and co-owner of Heartland Doulas. Congratulations! You’ve decided how you’re going to feed your baby, and we support your choice! Whether breast milk or formula, one thing is almost certain: You will probably feed your baby from a bottle, at some point. Here are five things I know about bottle[…]

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