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A few months ago when the idea of stopping breastfeeding came across my mind, I felt so sad. Why would I want to end this? I love these moments spent with my little one. I’m not ready to give them up. My first thought when it comes to weaning is, are we ready? I wonder, […]
Oh the pleasure it brings me to witness my son’s sense of wonderment and appreciation of the world. The ability that he has to embrace the good in every person is refreshing. The capacity to sense safety in all environments; inspirational. He is innocent and pure. For me, this innocence is one of the most beautiful things […]
The day my son was born was nothing short of a miracle I had just turned 37. My husband and I were 6 months shy of our second wedding anniversary. I had been on strict bed rest for 4 months due to cervical funneling and cervical incompetence. For three hours, I pushed and pushed before […]
The Big Day With the rain looming overhead, we hunkered down and packed the car full of this year’s hard work for New York City’s Third Annual Big Latch On. Despite the weather, which thankfully cleared up in time for our latch and picnic, we watched as an incredible group of families gathered before the […]
I remember before Landon was born, spending hours upon hours on Pinterest trying to research different articles on how this whole ‘mommy-thing’ works. I have heard a lot of stories from mothers who stopped breastfeeding early on because, “my baby just couldn’t latch.” I would ask myself, is it that the baby couldn’t latch or […]
Nursing etiquette – breastfeeding your child past infancy Let’s face it, anyone who is breastfeeding a toddler knows that it is a totally different ball game to nursing a tiny, squishy newborn. Gone are the days where there’s no need for nursing boundaries. Forgotten memories linger of quiet, still, cozy breastfeeding sessions. No longer can […]