Press & Media
A mum shared her relatable parenting moment to Twitter, but not everyone found the photos of her newborn funny.
Posted in Press & Media February 17, 2020
A NSW mum has opened up about the pressure to wean children off breastfeeding – and explained why she’s proud to still be nursing her son, aged three.
Posted in Press & Media January 14, 2020
Australian researchers studied online resources for breastfeeding mothers and found very varied information about the handling, storage, and warming of expressed breast milk.
Posted in Press & Media January 10, 2020
There’s nothing like advice from people who have been there, done that. Take a look at the words of advice some Aussie business owners have found invaluable during their own journeys.
Posted in Press & Media December 16, 2019
Background- Business name: Boobie Brands, Industry: Foods for breastfeeding mothers, Number of employees: 10, Operating since: 2012, Location: Melbourne, Victoria.
Posted in Press & Media December 01, 2019
Boobie Bikkies creator and lactation consultant Pinky McKay came up with the concept of lactation cookies as a way to provide extra support to exhausted mums, and through a partnership with Byron Bay Cookies, she brought the idea to life.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 St.George Banking Group AusMumpreneur Awards! AUSMUMPRENEUR OF THE YEAR: In 1st Place – Pinky McKay, Kim Vespa, Sarah McKay of Boobie Brands! PEOPLES CHOICE – INFLUENCER AWARD: In 1st Place – Pinky McKay – Pinky McKay Photography by Alexandra Anderson of Jam on your collar
Kathryn Eisman is a two-time Emmy nominated journalist, two-time bestselling author, and founder of luxury fashion sock line, HighHeelJunglesocks. She’s currently the fashion reporter for Fox LA’s Good Day LA (she lives in Los Angeles) and entertainment correspondent on Sunrise and The Morning Show, and has also worked as a journalist with E!, NBC in the US and Foxtel here in Oz. We met when I was Editor-in-Chief of Cleo magazine and Kathryn proposed a hilarious but very helpful dating column, which I immediately picked up. Her website kathryneisman.com was created because she felt there “are so many websites but not that many which catered for women as a whole. Mum’s sites are popular, and career sites, but nothing as a whole.
Carrying a baby can do strange things to your body, from making your nose bigger to giving you swollen ankles. Australian model and Instagram influencer, Belle Lucia, has just shared the reality of another side effect. The 24-year-old posted a bikini photo showing her baby bump as well as the veins on her chest, which she attributed to her pregnancy. “I know I got a veiny chest," the half German half Portuguese model wrote. "Happens because your blood volume increases by 50 percent when pregnant and they go away after pregnancy when your blood volume returns."
DOCTORS are warning new mums that scrolling through Facebook or texting while breastfeeding is hampering essential bonding with baby. The modern day habit of “brexting” is a growing phenomenon and the experts are worried about the impact on child development.