I sucked up my new people nervousness and went to a La Leche League meeting Wednesday night. Our Bradley Class recommended trying one out and to be honest, before they even mentioned it I had already thought about giving it a try. Nothing like a little support for the ta-tas before they take over my […]
Nursing bras.Yikes.Not really something I want to think about. I already have a hard enough time finding semi-attractive bras for my girls. My ma blessed me with quite a pair (yep, mom, I’m calling you out for your boob genes). As much as I love Nordstrom, my visits to their lingerie department always make me […]
Permission to Mother got me thinking about breastfeeding support. I immediately thought about the La Leche League and decided to check out their website. (What would I do without internet searches?) The LLL has monthly meetings close by and encourage mothers-to-be to attend. I have a different commitment this month, but plan to go to […]
For women of sensibility, this book will take you where you are in your journey of motherhood and give you a different way of looking at your unique circumstances. It will renew in you a sense of hope and wonder as you mother your children. -Bernadette Clark, RN, CD (DONA) I stumbled across Permission to […]
I haven’t embarked on my breastfeeding journey … but it’s coming. At the moment I’m a bit consumed by the science of it. But, these types of posts always catch my eye … read the “Nursing in Public War” and let me know what you think. I think she’s got a pretty valid point.
The whole story is here.These are the snippets I appreciated … The lives of nearly 900 babies would be saved each year, along with billions of dollars, if 90 percent of U.S. women fed their babies breast milk only for the first six months of life, a cost analysis says. The magnitude of health benefits […]