Judgment-Free Breastfeeding

Featured Segments

Here’s a list of featured segments, in alphabetical order. We encourage all our listeners to get involved with these segments by submitting their own tips. If you’d like to submit to a segment or suggest a new one, please call our voicemail at 619-866-4775 and leave us a message, or send us an email.

  • Our team of experts are here to help you throughout your breastfeeding journey. View the experts section on our homepage and learn more about our experts so you can determine who can help you best. Then, submit your questions through email, or via our hotline at 619-866-4775, and allow our experts to ease your concerns and quench your curiosity.

    Ask The Experts

  • We try to be the best parents we can be, but mistakes happen related to breastfeeding despite our best intentions. After all, we are human. What funny breastfeeding "oops" have you made recently (that you're willing to admit)? Call our voicemail at 619-866-4775 or send us an email and we'll include your "Boob Oops" in an upcoming show!

    Boob "Oops"!

  • JonaRose Feinberg, IBCLC

    Breastfeeding one baby can be challenging, but it's a whole new ballgame when you have twins, triplets or more. How can you successfully nurse your little ones and provide the nourishment they need? In this segment, you'll hear tips and tricks from a mom of twins, who also happens to be a certified lactation consultant.

    Breastfeeding Multiple Babies

  • Wendy Wright, IBCLC

    Maternity leave was great, but now it's time to return to work... with your pump. How can you make this experience run as smoothly as possible? What challenges will you face and how can you overcome them? What are your rights?

    Breastfeeding Tips for the Working Mom

  • We want the information presented on our shows to benefit as many parents as possible. How are we doing? We want to hear from you! Have an idea for a future episode? Let us know. Submit your comments, questions to our hotline at 619-866-4775, or via email and we'll discuss them on a future episode.

    From Our Listeners

  • Autumn Bonner, Certified Personal Trainer

    We all want to be healthy, but life is busy. We'll help relieve the stress of ladies everywhere who are wrestling with time constraints and time management issues. Get great tips to help you fit healthy habits like exercising and eating well into your busy life.

    Lose the Baby Weight

  • What are the top news headlines involving breastfeeding? What's the big news moms are talking about around the watercooler? We'll comb through all the articles and discuss the main issues impacting families around the world. Have a topic you want us to discuss? Post them to our facebook page! Visit our Pinterest board to see articles previously discussed as well as those that didn't make the final editing cut.

    News Headlines

  • Denise Altman, RN, IBCLC, LCCE

    There's a lot to think about when you begin breastfeeding for the first time, so we've developed this series as a way to prepare moms-to-be before their babies arrive. What should you expecting in the beginning? What can you do now to make this transition into motherhood happen as smoothly as possible?.

    Nursing Basics for New Moms

  • Lara Audelo, IBCLC/ BestForBabes.org

    We want you to have a positive breastfeeding experience... without feeling "booby trapped" by the cultural, institutional and legal barriers that prevent us from making informed decisions? How can we change the overall perception of breastfeeding within our society?

    Overcoming Societal Booby Traps

  • Your carry your smartphone with you at all times, so why not rely on your smartphone to help simplify breastfeeding? We'll explore the best apps to help you accomplish your breastfeeding goals. Would you like to recommend an app for us to review? Simply call The Boob Group voicemail at 619-866-4775 and leave us a message, or email us through our website.

    The Best Apps for Breastfeeding Moms

  • Amber McCann, IBCLC

    There's a lot of breastfeeding information online, and some of it may be contradicting. What are the most reliable sites that give you the best breastfeeding support? What are some great sites where you can network with other breastfeeding moms?

    The Best Online Breastfeeding Resources