Posts Tagged ‘breastfeeding’

BabyCenter and a Nose Honk

It's time to find your skiing buddies on your way down the mountain of motherhood.

Last week, one of my favorite photographers (who has become a friend!) gave me a heads up that may be calling after seeing this photo. They did and I was so honored, y’all! We chatted birth stories, breastfeeding, weaning and beautiful photos. I absolutely loved it, and I hope you do, too. Here’s a…

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The Day the Baby Weaned

I’ve known this day was coming since I nursed my first baby nearly 15 years ago. Weaning day. But let’s not pull out the Kleenex just yet. Mama has some reminiscing to do. Fifteen (almost) years ago I became a mom for the first time. Those first few weeks of nursing had me a Lansinoh…

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HDYDI: Be a Confident Breastfeeding Mamma

It’s National Breastfeeding Awareness Month and nothing gets me more passionate than making sure babies eat. I know that not every momma can breastfeed successfully. I also know what it’s like to have a preemie in the NICU and pump GALLONS of milk and then struggle for months afterward keeping up supply, getting a baby…

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This is Normal

It was my honor to participate in a breastfeeding awareness project this morning with the ever-talented Leilani Rogers. She captured Luke’s personality (check out those rad Crocs!), Gianna’s sweet demeanor and my love of motherhood all in one shot. I could not love this photo more. #normalizebreastfeeding @foxaustin @KVUE @cafemom to cover the Public Breastfeeding…

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