World Breastfeeding Week: Link Love/Sunday Surf

August 7, 2010 at 23:01 1 comment

To wrap up World Breastfeeding week I am posting a list of  breastfeeding stories that I have read this week, some were written specifically for this blog as a part of my world breastfeeding week celebration, others are just stories that I found inspiring and decided to include.

  • Our Sentiments had two Breastfeeding stories to share this week. You can find them here and here. In them she shares valuable information about the appropriate way to approach a breastfeeding couple if you are uncomfortable, and recounts how a few firm words of encouragement made all the difference in her breastfeeding success.
  • Sara at The Covered Wagon sent me the link to her post for the carnival of NIP to include, check out her post and all of the submissions to the carnival of nursing in public, it was a fantastic carnival with many interesting submissions.
  • Not all breastfeeding relationships look the same,  Haute Single Mama crunches some  numbers after a whole year of exclusively pumping! Go over there and give this mama a high five!
  • Another example of how every breastfeeding relationship is different, check out this beautiful and inspiring guest post by Stephani of mama&babylove over at code name mama.
  • Hobo mama opens her heart and her arms to those who were unable to breastfeed or chose to formula feed and sets a great example of friendship and compassion.
  • The Mommypotamus is in the middle of an amazing series about breastfeeding toddlers and children, tackling the myths and tough questions in a factual, loving, and honest way.
  • The august edition of the connected mom online megazine is all about breastfeeding! keep your eye on the whole month of august for breastfeeding articles, pictures, and giveaways!

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World Breastfeeding Week: My Breastfeeding Story Me at Connected Mom: Preparing to Breastfeed After Breast Surgery

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