What you need to know to ABOUT
FEEDING AN INFANT + MOM

0 MONTHS TO 4 MONTHS

Is breastfeeding right for me?

It’s not right for everyone, and that’s ok. Read on to see what’s right for you.

Is my baby getting enough milk?

Trying to understand a baby’s hunger cues can be stressful, especially when everyone is crying. 

How can I prevent mastitis?

Mastitis is the last thing you want to think about when dealing with a newborn. Read on for some tips to prevent it.

What should my baby’s poop look like?

A primer on what’s normal and what to watch out for in your baby’s diaper.

Why do babies lose weight in their first few weeks?

This happens! Read on to learn why and to know when a little bit of weight is too much.

Is coffee, wine, + milk OK when I’m breastfeeding?

Coffee? Alcohol? Dairy? We set the record straight on what you can and cannot have.

What can I eat to boost my milk supply?

The truth about galactogogues and lactation cookies

Does what I eat change the flavor of breastmilk?

Some data shows what you eat can help your little one love those foods later in life.

How do I get used to my new body?

Tips to embrace your new mom bod. Spoiler, it’s perfect.

How do I read a growth chart?

What do all these curves and percentiles really mean about my baby’s growth?

Why is nutrition so important right now?

The first 1,000 days is where it’s at!

Where can I get breastfeeding help?

Breastfeeding should not hurt. Let’s get you some help if you need it.

How do I get my baby to take a bottle?

Need some help getting started with a bottle? Start here!

How do I pick a formula?

There can be a lot of things to consider when choosing a formula. Follow our handy flowchart to see what type works best for you.

How do I prepare powder formula?

Ready to become the pro at making formula? Read on.

How do I store breastmilk and formula?

Check out some tips on storing breastmilk (and formula, too!).

How do I track feeds?

Here we have for you a handy tracking chart. 

Is my baby at higher risk for food allergies?

Here’s what you need to know about your baby’s risk.

Thinking about first foods?

Check out our free Ready to Eat resources