This week I came across a facebook status from on of my friends who just had a baby. She was concerned because her newborn was wanting to nurse around the clock. Here’s an excerpt from her post, thanks for sharing Emily. “Came home started nursing at 4 nurses till 4:40… I showered and cooked dinner he fussed on and off… nursed again for another hour … Continue reading Breastfeeding Around the Clock
Whether you’re a new mama or you’ve done this before, breastfeeding always comes with its fair share of questions.
A few months ago I was sitting at a diner in central florida when I saw a women trying to calm down her newborn baby. They were in a booth at the corner of a restaurant basically secluded from the general public. I could see it in the mother’s eyes. The frustration. The baby was definitely rooting around. He was hungry and she looked scared as crap to do anything about it.
As promised, here is my most recent updating of the Breastfeeding Weaning Process of my toddler who is now 19 months-old.
As much as I complain about people telling me it’s time to stop breastfeeding, a very small part of me is looking forward to closing this chapter of our book. As of last Friday, it’s been four days since Beckham had a daytime nursing session. This is a huge step for us, as I have always nursed him “on demand.”
Breastfeeding. The biggest topic of discussion among my family and the most awkward conversation with my friends.