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If you asked me when I was pregnant, I would have told you, I planned to breastfeed my son for his first year. I knew I wanted to breastfeed And, to breastfeed exclusively. But, I gave little thought to the timeline. I would have said a year, because that is what tends to be the […]
I always knew that I wanted to breastfeed my children. What I didn’t know, was for how long. With my first baby, I had set a goal to make it a year. I was sadly disappointed when I only made it three months. With this baby, I didn’t set any goals. Instead, I took it […]
Tandem nursing refers to breastfeeding two or more babies at once. Like with parenthood, surprises are abundant. Our first child was almost a year old when I got pregnant with baby number 2. We were nursing frequently, and it was our happy place. I nursed through pregnancy, and then went on to tandem nurse a […]
Happy Thanksgiving Week Mamas! Our Team of volunteers at Breastfeeding World have been busy. Planning, cleaning, baking, shopping, making lists, checking twice… Let’s just say that’s a good thing that studies now show its okay to breastfeed and knock back a glass of wine! Anyhow, it occurred to Sam, Alexia and I that this mom […]
Controversy: “Mommy Wars”? The topic of breastfeeding can be very controversial. It is hard not to rouse strong feelings when discussing baby feeding methods and choices. It almost seems as though the infant feeding industry benefits from the underlying tensions among us. While I try to remain level-headed and not contribute to the so-called “mommy […]