Breakfast is a MAJOR struggle for me. I need something quick because mornings are nuts between getting kids to school, feeding and chasing after a baby, and usually zero time left for me to eat something before running out the door. My body and blood sugar do not approve.
For me, overnight oats are the perfect on-the-go breakfast. Fast. Easy. Delicious. Satiating. And keeps my energy levels up, which is soooo important when you're a breastfeeding momma. I make it in advance so it's ready to go and you can too! You can spend five minutes, once a week, to whip this meal together and have your breakfast for the whole week!
I know what you're thinking. You're thinking you don't have time to prep your breakfast for a whole week and you've already been skipping it or shoving your kid's snacks in your mouth for a while now.. and that's been sort of, kind of working out. Seriously, stop all those thoughts now. It hardly takes any time at all and YOU DESERVE SO MUCH. You deserve healthy and tasty food. You deserve to feel good throughout your day because you didn't let your blood sugar crash and/or get a headache from lack of food.
Now, onto the recipe!
If you've ever taken my online breastfeeding class, then you've probably seen this statistic:
The #1 reason a woman gives up breastfeeding is because she thinks she isn't making enough milk.
Why is that??? Well..... one of the top reasons a mom thinks she's not making enough milk is because she doesn't understand what her baby is trying to communicate. The great news is newborns are actually excellent communicators, if you know how to interpret their language that is. In this blog we're going to talk about the 3 most important cues your baby uses to communicate, that could just save your breastfeeding relationship.
Kelly Maher, CLC, CLE
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