Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The Breastfeeding Diaries: Guest Post

I did a guest post on Julie's blog today, The Girl in the Red Shoes.   Each month she hosts a breastfeeding post from a different mama and they are so helpful; I just knew I wanted to contribute.  Julie lives in Michigan, is a mama to the cutest little boy, Hudson, and blogs about her family, DIY projects, baby gear and so much more.  

Her blog has been such an inspiration to me and I am so happy she allowed me to write a guest post!  Head on over to her page and read my story and follow her blog!



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12 comments:

  1. So great to have you today! You are such a wonderful mommy!

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  2. BEAUTIFUL BLOG, found you through ^^ guest post.

    I love your yoga section, I myself just recently started practising yoga about 3 months ago and i'm in love.



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    1. Aw thanks!

      Yoga has changed my life and your comment made me think about how I need to do a more recent post. Welcome to the practice, namaste!

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  3. Loved your post today on Julie's Blog and enjoyed what I found here too! Happy new follower :)

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  4. I LOVED reading your breastfeeding story on Julie's blog! You go girl! I am a SAHM and haven't really had to pump much so when I read about mom's that have been so dedicated to it and can even donate some milk I am just in total AWE. You rock!!! That last picture of you and your little lady is just beyond precious. Thanks for sharing your story!

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  5. Girlfriend. Isn't it always something with nursing. I was CONVINCED I was failing...and now, even at 10 months old I worry about supply. But if I just get out of my head, we do great. I'm so thrilled I've been able to nurse, and even more so proud of myself for sticking with it. I talk about my struggles here: http://farmerbell.blogspot.com/2013/02/time-for-ta-trauma-rauma.html

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    1. Oh girl, what you wrote here is me exactly! I just have to get out my head and still do every day! Don't worry about supply, the minute you stop worrying is when it comes and every time Lemon latches I just think, I've got enough for her, however much she needs, so I stop worrying! I posted your button on my blog (great idea with a swap), post mine on yours! xoxo

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