My breast feeding journey began with Daniyal almost 6 years ago.
It is something I will always remember.
For me there was never a question as to whether I’d want to give it a try or setting a time limit on how long I’d stick it out. 146 more words
Lauren Guy, IBCLC, RLC
It takes a village to feed a baby, even when you’re the only one providing the food! While many new parents will nurse their babies with ease, most get some kind of support from a nurse, a doula, a friend, or a lactation consultant. 849 more words
I’m not looking to make trouble, but I’ve been thinking a lot about breastfeeding since grandson Cole was born on November 30, 2013. Granted, this subject falls into the None-of-Your-Damned-Business Department, but that’s never stopped me from having my say. 1,336 more words
In honor of National Breastfeeding month, I made my kids eat their lunch under a blanket just like the old days of when they were infants. 48 more words
I'm not shy about the fact that, uh, my relationship with breastfeeding was, uh, complicated. Adoption. High-risk twin pregnancy resulting in near-death. ICU and NICU stays. Tandem twin feeding. Everything about me and breastfeeding is complicated. However, there is nothing complicated about THIS. I'm still happy that it's National Breastfeeding Month and I honor it with this photo.