Wordless Wednesday: Breastfeeding

This week we asked: What does breastfeeding look like?

sharing nursing with little sister
From Lyn: “My children are 21 months apart. I was worried about how my son would react to his little sister having his milk. This photo is proof that he was more than happy to share.”

natalia-3 nursing and babywearing
From Natalia: “My son is 3,5 months now and we have been combining nursing with so many activities from the very beginning! Nursing in a baby carrier is practical and cute.”
Natalia blogs at Baby Guroo.

Melissa's breastfeeding photo
Six-month-old Annabelle, eating her way to dreamland.
Annabelle’s mom, Melissa, blogs at The New Mommy Files.

neena and mama in nature
Neena and mama in nature, from Jenn

Mama Mo with Gus and Jack at the breast
From Mama Mo: “After getting my premature twin boys, Gus and Jack, transitioned
from taking my pumped milk from a bottle to nursing at the breast, I
took this picture to commemorate the achievement.”
Mama Mo blogs at Attached at the Nip.

Karen and Ruby breastfeeding
From Karen: “Taken days after our little girl, Ruby, was born (bum first at home!). Ruby weighed all of 2.5kg (5.66lb)…but she had a fierce little suck and once she latched there was no looking back! My milk was in within about 24hrs. My boobs were about 3 times the size of her head for ages!!”

drive-by nursing
Nursing a toddler can be a different sort of adventure! Lauren with Mikko in a drive-by nursing at 2 years old.
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Halfway Crunchy nursing her daughter
From Sara: “I’m sad that this is really the only nursing photo that I have… I need to take more. I remember when I asked my husband to take the picture he was confused as to why I’d want a picture of me nursing my daughter. Well, duh — it’s because I want to cherish the moment!”
Sara blogs at Halfway Crunchy.

I think we all need the reminder to take more nursing photos! Don’t be shy about asking. 🙂

Tell us: What does breastfeeding look like for you?

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20 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Breastfeeding

  1. Michelle Kennedy

    These are all beautiful, I love breastfeeding photo’s and I really should remember to take some more before its too late! My little boy is almost 16 months, hopefully he’ll keep going for a while yet 🙂

  2. Melissa  

    Beautiful! Thanks for posting! <3

  3. DogsMom

    I had never thought about remembering my days with a photo either.

  4. Mama Whimsy

    I’m bummed that I missed the deadline for this one! These beautiful pics made me a little teary. Beautiful memories!

  5. Gina Alfani  

    How sweet . . .

    Thank you for hosting this WW linky . . . come by and link up to mine . . .


    Merry Christmas to you and your family . . . Gina

  6. Sara  

    Oh they’re all so wonderful! This has inspired me to capture more of these moments on camera 🙂

  7. Mama Mo

    Drive by nursing! Hahahahahah!

  8. mizhelle  

    thats one of the wonders of nature 🙂 amazing!

  9. Eleia

    The photo of the twins made me teary eyed. Thanks for sharing them all. How wonderful! 🙂

  10. Amy  

    Oh these are so wonderful! Such sweet, precious moments, each one of them.

  11. Lauren  

    I’ve been thinking the same thing — that I really need to remember to keep snapping pictures. Thanks, everyone, for sharing your photos!

  12. Karen T

    All of the piccies are just beautiful! We should all have loads of pics taking of us breastfeeding, it’s so precious :o)

    Warmest wishes for xmas and 2011 to you all x

  13. Uyen

    these are fantastic pictures! Thanks for stopping by and linking up! Have a great Christmas.

  14. Kat

    Beautiful photos! Such precious moments. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Natalia – Baby Guroo

    All amazing photos! The twins are so cute! The brother and sister picture made me smile, the drive-by nursing too.

  16. Dumb Mom

    So many great shots. I don’t have many photos nursing The Dudes because it was such a special and private time for us. I loved that it was a way to escape for the baby and I to just be together and we usually made everyone else leave us alone! Yes, I was pretty baby feeding stingy and #1 never even took a bottle from anyone EVER. I was that into it. Had to loosen the reigns a bit when the other two came along, but I still liked to make it mostly just about baby and me.

  17. Benita Wheeler

    I only lasted a month with a little one, but I wished I hang in there. It is a great gift of love to your child.