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My Kids Eating Lunch Under a Blanket in Honor of National Breastfeeding Month

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


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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.

An Image Ode to World Breastfeeding Week

I have yet to write about this topic. But this week, and this moment, seem appropriate. It’s World Breast Feeding Week. Coincidentally I had planned a post for today that included the topic of breastfeeding, I started writing it last night (cause lately its best to get the thoughts out on paper while they are there), but you’ll have to wait until tomorrow to see it. 415 more words


How The "Nipple Nazi" Made It All Ok....

This is the Second in the series about Breastfeeding in honor of World Breastfeeding Week.  As a reminder, this is my Wife’s personal story and she has graciously agreed to let it be shared here.  

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Linengate2014 and How You Can Help #normalizebreastfeeding

Ever since Phoenixgate 2013, I’ve been pretty lax about nursing in public (and by pretty lax I really mean “I really don’t give a shit if you see my boobs”). 1,583 more words

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5 things I wish I'd known about breastfeeding

I’m currently 12 weeks into my first breastfeeding journey with my daughter and it’s been one of the most difficult, rewarding and joyful experiences of my life – and I’m just thrilled that there’s so much yet to come! 1,167 more words


She cried when she breastfed...

This is part one of The Pappy’s series about breastfeeding.  This is an important topic that is emotional for my family.  I, of course, talked to my wife before sharing our story, but we know we can help others.  

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