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Breastfeeding tips for new moms including breastfeeding latch tips, breastfeeding tips for producing more milk, etc.

The First Month Premier Pediatrics Program

By |2023-09-10T17:41:23-04:00December 8th, 2022|Breastfeeding|

The First Month is a Premier Pediatrics program dedicated to easing the transition from pregnancy to parenthood. The philosophy behind The First Month is quite simple. We listen, respect each family's unique journey, and then develop a plan that feels right for you.

Lactation Essentials

By |2022-12-22T11:35:29-05:00January 10th, 2022|Breastfeeding, General|

Whether you call it breastfeeding, chestfeeding, nursing or bodyfeeding, the team at Premier Pediatrics wants to give you the best possible support and information to help you meet your goals. That’s why we’ve partnered with Lactation Counselor and Postpartum Doula Meema Spadola to assemble this Lactation Essentials page. For many parents, a little information about [...]

Got a Plan? Prep for Postpartum Success

By |2023-03-13T14:49:05-04:00February 26th, 2020|Breastfeeding, General|

Most pregnant parents are understandably focused on when and how their baby will enter the world. This day of birth emphasis is entirely understandable, given the 40 week countdown, the budding belly and the thoughts of how-the-heck-am-I-going-to-get-this-baby-out!? However, many parents gloss over what comes following the birth, which I would argue is actually more critical. [...]

Golden, At Any Hour

By |2023-03-13T14:39:07-04:00January 6th, 2020|Breastfeeding, General|

From the moment when a baby is born, everything changes. It’s hard to accept that we can’t know exactly what will happen next. It’s exciting—and naturally a little nerve-wracking.

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