The Feeding Frenzy

by The BRC's Feeding Frenzy

The Feeding Frenzy is a podcast hosted by The Breastfeeding Resource Center (BRC), a Nonprofit that supports breastfeeding & chestfeeding parents and families based in Abington, PA. The BRC is run and operated by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs) who will share their decades of wisdom and knowledge on all topics related to parenting, feeding your baby, child rearing, child bearing and more! Tun ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • 104 Days in the NICU

    104 Days in the NICU

    Join Colette and Louisa as they talk to Victoria Garcia about her experience of delivering a baby at 24 weeks and a NICU stay of 104 days. Victoria talks about the highs and lows and her hard work when it came to offering her milk to her baby. In honor of inclusivity, please know in all episodes & show notes, breastfeeding can be interchanged with chestfeeding.

  • Donating Milk to a Milk Bank

    Donating Milk to a Milk Bank

    Today Colette and Louisa talk to Alison Lingel, one of the BRC Community Counselors. Alison was able to donate about 1400 oz. of her milk with each of her two children. Learn how easy the process is and how wonderfully fulfilling it is too!

  • Depression After Weaning

    Depression After Weaning

    Today Louisa Brandenburger steps in to host the Feeding Frenzy. She speaks to Nicole Sinopoli on a topic that is rarely talked about, depression after weaning your child. Find out how her body reacted to the hormonal changes when weaning her children.

  • How to Master Bringing Home Baby #2

    How to Master Bringing Home Baby #2

    Join us as Louisa Brandenburger, IBCLC has a candid talk with 2nd time parent, Kristine. They discuss ways to prepare your family and your older child for their new sibling and how to avoid some common pitfalls.

  • The most common breastfeeding questions answered!

    The most common breastfeeding questions answered!

    Colette, Jen, and Louisa discuss the most common questions they encounter in a hospital setting. If everyone knew these answers ahead of time, breastfeeding would go much more smoothly!