This week we asked: What does breastfeeding look like?
(Read more about feeding with love and respect on our resource page, and enjoy this week’s articles on the breastfeeding theme.)
From Arpita: “Demo-ing the Baby Bond nursing cover for a review and giveaway. After three years trying to conceive our first, I am learning that being prepared and informed will be the best way to ensure we get our breastfeeding relationship off to a flourishing start, once baby does join us!”
Arpita blogs at Up, Down & Natural.
Moorea blogs at MamaLady: Adventures in Lesbian Parenting.
Charise at I Thought I Knew Mama loves the very special bonding time that
breastfeeding brings to her days and nights.
Alicia blogs at Lactation Narration.
Melissa blogs at White Noise.
Ashley blogs at Domestic Chaos.
From Rebekah: “While breastfeeding each one of my sons I encountered many hurdles along the way. But it was so worth it to press on and I have beautiful memories of this time with them that I will treasure forever.”
Rebekah blogs at Liberated Family.
Brittany blogs at Mama’s Felt Cafe.
Amy blogs at Anktangle.
Isil blogs at Smiling like Sunshine.
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.
Dionna at Code Name: Mama nurses her three-year-old son, Kieran. Dionna is in her second trimester of pregnancy, and she is overjoyed that Kieran has finally stopped twiddling!
Adrienne blogs at Mommying My Way.
Melissa blogs at Simple Whimsy.
Lani blogs at Boobie Time.
“I had a scheduled c-section and established breastfeeding within an hour.”
Photo by KellyM Photography.
Emily blogs at Embrita.
India blogs at India’s Roses.
From Jennifer at Hybrid Rasta Mama: “Tiny enjoys a mid-walk stop for milkies and I almost always end up sitting in her stroller along the side of the road. “Bunny” is also typically having some milkies.”
Sasha’s mom, Jorje, blogs at Momma Jorje.
Tell us: What does breastfeeding look like in your family?
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We’re celebrating World Breastfeeding Week on Natural Parents Network!
You can, too — link up your breastfeeding posts from August 1-7 in the linky below, and enjoy reading, commenting on, and sharing the posts collected in the linky and on Natural Parents Network this week.
(Visit this intro post for more information and for the code to place on your blog.)