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Smart Steps to Avoid Mastitis

In my mind, Mastitis is THE most uncomfortable condition that can arise from breastfeeding. Had it once – never want it again! Mastitis may make the breasts very sore, hard and hot. The breasts may even become inflamed and red. … Continue reading

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A Grateful Heart

It is November. A time for giving thanks across our nation. It’s necessary to pause every now and again to remind ourselves that every day (Mondays included )… lived in this big, beautiful world … with our husbands and children … Continue reading

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Breast is Best…But Breastfeeding Can Hurt…

The benefits of breastfeeding abound, which is why the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend breastfeeding exclusively for the first six months of baby’s life. Breastfeeding provides the perfect nutrition for baby and provides many health benefits for both Mom and … Continue reading

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The Shower Hug … A “Certified Miracle!”

Why must women be plagued by sore (understatement!) breasts, and sore nipples when they are going about the business of creating an entirely new person from just one tiny egg and an even smaller sperm? Add persistent nausea, swollen legs, … Continue reading

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The Shower Hug’s “Conception & Evolution”

The inspiration for the Shower Hug came to me during my painful breastfeeding experience. I conceived the product and after months of research, development and testing, the Shower Hug was born! It was in my role as stay-at-home Mom that … Continue reading

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Made in the USA!

Ironically, the first image that comes to mind when I think “Made in the USA” has nothing to do with the Shower Hug or the uncertain, unsettling times our nation faces today. The first image goes much farther back in … Continue reading

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