The Café Baby Blog

Breastfeeding: It doesn’t have to be ALL or NOTHING.

Breastfeeding: It doesn’t have to be ALL or NOTHING.

If there are any new moms reading this or moms who are dusting off their breastfeeding training wheels, know that breastfeeding doesn’t have to be ALL or NOTHING. Every breastfeeding journey looks different and sometimes it lasts three weeks and sometimes it lasts three years- both are okay. Both are beautiful journeys. 

Every Woman is a Wonder Woman: The power to birth life comes with the power to care for it naturally

Every Woman is a Wonder Woman: The power to birth life comes with the power to care for it naturally

The period of pregnancy and expecting a new life to be born into this world is one of the most cherished, yet also stressful periods of a woman’s (...

The Silent Pain of Miscarriage and Infertility

The Silent Pain of Miscarriage and Infertility

Miscarriage and infertility struggles are not talked about. Women (and their partners) go through their grief and their frustrations relatively alone. But I’m changing that this time. I write to process and to heal and I think it’s important to talk and share. It’s important for parents to know they aren’t alone in their struggle- whatever that struggle may be. Know that you are not alone.

The Lost Tradition of Family Mealtime

The Lost Tradition of Family Mealtime

But, it’s not just a child’s physical well-being that benefits from home-cooked meals.  When families eat together, there is a great opportunity for connection and conversation.  These moments lead to a developed sense of belonging to a stronger performance in school and even helps to prevent things like depression or reckless behavior, such as drug use.  

Baby Led Weaning? Baby Led What?

Baby Led Weaning? Baby Led What?

Every baby’s journey into the solids world is different and you have to find what works best for your family. And sometimes what you think will work, your baby will dictate something completely different. Parenting is full of choices and this one should be a fun exploration of figuring out what your baby can or won’t eat.

Mom Pressure is Real

Mom Pressure is Real

Mom guilt. The constant mental harassing. The incessant nagging in your brain telling you to do something you’re not. The relentless pressure to be better than you are. The push to do more. You’re here but you want to be there. “You’re not doing enough,” your conscience says, but in reality, you’re hanging on by a thread. 
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