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In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

  I’m a 30 year old mother of two.  My daughter, Bryanna, born April 28, 2006 and my son, Braylen, born April 20, 2012.  I am an Instructional Coach in Shelby County School system in Shelbyville, KY.  I am currently breastfeeding my son and enjoying every minute of it! -Ebony H.

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In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

I’m a new mom of a 9 week old and am exclusively breastfeeding. I am surprised with how strongly I feel about breastfeeding now, and am turning into a bit of a breastfeeding advocate to friends/family and my blog readers. I was featured on TheBump.com in their “public breastfeeding tips” video this week. My blog [...]

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In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

I’m a 1st generation college/graduate school, educated, married stay at home mother of two, 7 yr old son whom I breastfed to 18 months and my 13 month old daughter that I’m still breastfeeding. I’m proud to say that when I chose to breastfeeding my son (despite the horror of my entire family), I stuck with [...]

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In Their Own Words: Real Women Share Their Breastfeeding Experiences

I gave birth to my son in February 2012 and have been breastfeeding ever since. It’s the best decision I have made as a mother. It took a week for my milk to come in, but our lactation consultant was wonderful and supportive and helped us survive the week. I recently returned to work and [...]

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My Breastfeeding Journey: Day One

I read pamphlets, books, videos and blogs — but none of it truly prepared me for the difficulty of the early days of getting my newborn to suckle.

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The REAL Problem with the TIME magazine cover. Why are we so afraid of being nurturers?

I’ve been scratching my head for 48 hours, trying to figure out why the nation is in uproar over Time magazine’s recent cover of a 26-year-old mother breastfeeding her three-year-old. The tweets, Facebook postings and emails have been relentless. What’s the big deal? Is my first question. And why does what one California mom do [...]

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Dear Whoopi Goldberg: Please Stick to Blackface Not Breastfeeding. And Stop Obstructing “The View” for Women With MisTruths.

Your recent rants on The View which can only be categorized as anti-breastfeeding and anti-truth don’t help any women at all, instead they only fuel the misplaced anger and hostility that unfortunately already cloud an important public health issue-an issue that could save millions of infant lives and bolster the health of millions of mothers.

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First Food Fridays: Is Your Hospital in Cahoots with Drug Companies To Undermine You and Your Baby’s Health?

Pharmaceutical companies want your baby hooked on their infant formula whether you want to or not. And hospitals, who, given the state of America’s health should be focused on providing superior healthcare are instead serving as a marketing vehicle for the drug companies.

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This Milk Tastes Good

New Breastfeeding Book to Officially Debut at The Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington D.C.

Husband and wife team Chennaiah and V. Kuroji Patrick are getting ready for the official launch party of their first book “This Milk Tastes Good,”
– a family- friendly nursery rhyme that takes all of the nutritional goodness of breast milk, the power of the public feeding and the need for daddy to be involved and rolling them into one.

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Beyonce is a black woman. Her breastfeeding moment is our moment.

Dear White Women: Beyonce is OUR Breastfeeding Moment. Please Step Aside.

I know the breastfeeding world is all abuzz over reports that Beyonce breastfed her beautifully brown Blue Ivy in public last week and that we consider this a victory for all nursing moms everywhere, but I need to claim this moment for African American women.

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