For today’s feature, I’d like you all to meet Angie!
1. Tell us about your personal breastfeeding experience with your children:
I’ve been naturally feeding since the birth of my daughter, 4 1/2 years ago. I fed her all through the pregnancy with my second daughter and tandem nursed until just recently when #1 decided she didn’t want to anymore (although she still occasionally sees her sister doing it and asks for it). Through the pregnancy it was tough … Keep Reading!!!
As I bask in the sun today, I wanted to leave you with this very cool picture that no one can seem to find the person to give credit for (if you do know who deserves credit for this picture, contact me):
Here are her thoughts on breastfeeding:
“I nursed my older son and am currently nursing my 5 month old. I nursed exclusively for about 9 months with my first and hope to go longer with my baby now. I only wish i had more support when I first became a mom because I would have liked to nurse longer. Today, I have that support system. As a mother I know that I need to be the one standing … Keep Reading!!!
I’d like everyone to meet Jenny!
My daughter joined our family via adoption when she was 10 months old. I had followed the Newman-Goldfarb Protocols for Induced Lactation for the previous 12 months so that I’d be able to breastfeed her. I amazed both my husband and myself when I was able to bring in a significant milk supply by the time we traveled to Ethiopia to … Keep Reading!!!
My name is Jamie Grumet and I am a wife and mother. We wanted to start a blog to connect with other families who were also in the adoption process.
… Keep Reading!!!
I have two families on this earth,
One by adoption, and one by birth.
My first family was very kind
But then one day they couldn’t find
The things they needed to help me grow.
They made a decision out of love, I know.
They said “Good-bye”, and