Month: August 2016

Black Women do Breastfeed

breastfeeding World, black breastfeeding week, black women

Let me tell you a bit more about our guest author, Te-Anna Souffrant she is the founder of Gem2Gen Doula Serivces, a mutli-faceted organization, which offers labor, birth and post partum doula services, counseling and more recently a milk donation delivery service, she is also a wife and mother of 2. Te-Ana is currently a Certified Labor & […]

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Guest Post: 4 Common Breastfeeding Myths

Aimbriel Lasley, Guest Blog Post, breastfeeding myths, breastfeeding world, breastfeeding support, breastfeeding information

Introducing Aimbriel Lasley Aimbriel is an Indiana native, wife and mother of four. On top of being a wife and mother and all of the responsibilities that come along with those roles she owns and operates Purely Maternal, LLC. Her passion of breastfeeding and maternal care is an essential part of her life. Being able to […]

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Interview with Lauren Beldin; The Children’s Book “Oh the Places You’ll Feed”

Interview Lauren Beldin, The Author of the Book “Oh the Places You’ll Feed   Recently, Breastfeeding World has had the great pleasure of interviewing Lauren Beldin. Lauren is the author of the adorable children’s book about breastfeeding, “Oh, The Places You’ll Feed.” Tell me a bit more about you. Ever since I was a small child, I dreamed of […]

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Interview with Julie Whitfield, IBCLC and Postpartum Doula

My colleague and friend, Julie Whitfield, graciously spoke with me about her work supporting families welcoming their newborns as a postpartum doula and IBCLC. You can find Julie and her services at Be sure to join us in our social media accounts to be up to date with the progress of our project! And… […]

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