Trying to figure out how to choose a more sustainable and non-toxic baby bottle? In this guide, we go over the pros and cons of plastic, glass, silicone and stainless steel baby bottles as well as what you need to consider when choosing nipples, shape and size!
Feeding & Nutrition
Get expert advice on breastfeeding, pumping, bottle feeding, growth spurts, mastitis, the best feeding products and more.
While most people think of a knock-off Louis Vuitton bag when they hear the word, ‘counterfeit,’ the reality is: no industry is spared and fake kids products are quickly becoming a very dangerous problem. From car seats to bamboo dinnerware to play kitchens, parents are unknowingly being duped when trying to shop thoughtfully for their families. In this article, we look at how third-party sites like Amazon and eBay are facilitating these sales and how the Shop Safe Act 2020, brand initiatives and customers are working to hold them liable.
August 25th – 31st is Black Breastfeeding Week and we are here to Revive. Restore. Reclaim! In this article, we look at the history and importance of the campaign and share 10 ways you can get involved.
Is breast best? Objectively yes. But our lactation educator dives deep into how feeding our little ones has much more to do with family dynamics and cultural support than we may think.
August is National Breastfeeding Month, and this year it’s more important than ever to fight for equal access to breastfeeding resources and support…
In honor of National Breastfeeding Month and Breastfeeding Awareness Week, The Tot Founder & Mama of Three, Nasiba Adilova, is here to share why parents need to champion other parents as well as her top nursing essentials that will make your breastfeeding journey that little bit easier.
Tot Lactation Expert Rebecca Agi, MS, IBCLC shares her top tips every mom-to-be should know before getting ready to breastfeed. Here are 10 simple tips to help get you and your tot off to a strong start.
Worried about how your baby is feeding? Is your toddler missing sounds? Is your child having trouble communicating at school? It might be time for them to see a speech pathologist. In this article, we speak to Rachel Hampshire from Word of Mouth Speech Pathology about when to seek professional help.
As parents who want to look out for other parents, we put our heads together with a registered lactation consultant and childhood nutritionist to provide the expert guidance, techniques, recipes and non-toxic products you need to go from nursing to solids to school lunch! With seven sets catering from newborn to school age, mealtimes just got a whole lot easier (and less messy!)
BPA in your baby’s socks? Lead in plastic toys? Formaldehyde in furniture? Phthalates in your air freshener? Find out which toxic materials your family should be avoiding and why.