Adoptive Breastfeeding

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My friend nursing her two-year-old Ethiopian daughter. Beautiful Picture! You will learn more of her story, soon.


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  1. Stephanie Mushonga 23 July, 2011, 10:19

    If you wanted to do it on Mondays it could be Marvelous Milk Monday.

    By the way, I LOVE reading your blog. I am not an adoptive parent but I am married to a man from Zimbabwe. We have 3 children ages 3, 2 (in August) and 2.5 months. :)

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    • Jamie 23 July, 2011, 11:55

      Stephanie. That is perfect! Thank you!!! Marvelous Milk Mondays it is. I just hope I can find enough people to do this weekly!

      Have you visited Zimbabwe? I’ve never been, but in a few years (when the boys are old enough) we’re going to try and spend a month in various countries in Africa. Zimbabwe is at the top of my list!

      I can’t imagine having that many children that close together! I know just from having a 3 and 4 year old how hard it can be…but there are so many benefits of having them close in age. I take my hat off to you :-)

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  2. Stephanie Mushonga 23 July, 2011, 12:16

    No we’ve never been as a family. The kids aren’t old enough and I can’t leave my nursing baby. :) We plan on going a few years all together. Once my husband has his citizenship we can travel freely! His interview is in a week so wish us luck and send prayers if you think of it.

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