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Breastfeeding Success May Depend on Getting a Good Start

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Breastfeeding Success May Depend on Getting a Good Start

UCLA Health | Vital Signs | SPRING 2017 | VOLUME 74Most new mothers in the U.S. want to breastfeed their babies, yet only about half are still nursing at six months following birth, according to government statistics. The reality is that a number of problems can arise that derail breastfeeding. New mothers may stop nursing due to sore nipples, a low milk supply, fatigue or problems with the baby latching on to feed, says Angela Valle, MD, a UCLA OB/GYN in Westlake Village.  “It’s extremely common to have some kind of problem or challenges during breastfeeding,” she says. “But women...


We are now available in Japan!

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We are now available in Japan!

Check out our favorite store Harmonature, in Japan! Check out their beautiful website here.          


New Native® Inc, about our founder

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New Native® Inc, about our founder

Founder Nancy Main started New Native® in 1992 with the altruistic goal of providing a tool to promote happy, healthy, and harmonious parenting relationships. When babies are worn close to their care-giver, they feel more secure. This improves bonding and alleviates conflict. By instilling a sense of belonging and putting parents and children at ease, the New Native® Baby Carrier was designed to contribute to the wellbeing of the world community, one family at a time.


Safety First!

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Safety First!

Safety is a very serious and common goal, which we share with proactive parents. Understandably one of the common search terms added to any baby product search is “recall”. So let us address this for our carrier, the search terms “new native baby carrier recall”.  The New Native® Baby Carrier has NEVER been recalled. In order to maintain a high level of quality and corporate integrity, we have made our carriers in the USA since 1992. We provide clear and easy to understand instructions so that our customers can enjoy baby wearing safely. The New Native® Baby Carrier is third...


We need paid family leave now

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We need paid family leave now

Did you know that 88% of working mothers will not get one minute of paid leave after they have a baby! And half of mothers who have access to unpaid maternity leave (FMLA)* at their workplaces will be deemed ineligible. Learn about the impact and far reaching implications in this fantastic talk by Jessica Shortall. Also check out her book, Work. Pump. Repeat. here. www.workpumprepeat.com and photo credit Laura Legg Photography *The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) is a United States federal law requiring covered employers to provide employees job-protected and unpaid leave for qualified medical and family reasons.