Do you know how to safely store and transport your expressed breast milk?

Just as it is crucial for your baby’s well-being that you express your milk in a safe way, so too is it vital that you store and transport it in a way that minimizes risks for your baby.

Reflux in babies - what it is and how to deal with it

Reflux is an incredibly common issue for babies. In this post, we’ll look at what reflux is, how you can help prevent it and what you can do to ease your baby’s discomfort if baby suffers from it despite your best efforts.

Baby burping: the why, when and how plus expert tips

Some babies need a lot of help with burping... whether your baby is particularly gassy...he or she will inevitably need help at some time... This post will tell you pretty much everything you need to know...

"How Minbie helped my boy overcome Tongue-Tie” - Steph’s Story

“We wanted to breastfeed, Albert,” Steph says, ”but his latch was fussy, and it hurt, and I knew it was wrong.” They discovered that Albert had a tongue-tie...

Returning to work - how to manage breastfeeding and childcare

Now that it’s time to return to work. You’re probably wondering whether you will be able to continue breastfeeding...consider the available options for feeding your baby when you return to work...

Combat nipple confusion with Minbies’ award-winning teats

When there’s a new baby in the household things can be hectic, so the last thing you need is the added burden of nipple confusion. If you’re partially bottle feeding your baby, read on to learn all about nipple confusion and how Minbie can help you prevent it.

Dealing with oral aversion – a mother’s tale

Babies with oral aversion will demonstrate a reluctance, avoidance, or fear of eating. They may dislike any type of sensation around their mouths. It can be distressing to watch...

Tips for transitioning from breast to bottle feeding

The question of when to start introducing a bottle... If you try too early, you are at risk of nipple confusion - which is when switching between bottle and breast prevents your baby from establishing an efficient latch.