“You’re still doing that?”
“You’re the only person I know nursing this long.”
“Isn’t he too old for that if he can ask you for it?”
“Shouldn’t your baby be drinking whole milk by now?”
“Breastmilk isn’t any good after one year. Why are you still nursing?”
“When are you going to wean??”
The . . . → Read More: Fact-Based Responses for “You’re Still Doing That?” and Other Comments
Recently, store owner and founder Judy Masucci has been popping up all over the local and national media.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEi-fg_laT0&w=420&h=315]
It all began in early April when Judy was featured on Career 2.0, a Washington, D.C.-based blog for women who’ve “shed stable careers” to “launch their second act” in an entrepreneurial business. Judy’s story was . . . → Read More: Mother’s Boutique in the News!
In the spirit of the fitness challenge we wrote about earlier this week, I want to talk about what a challenge I’ve been having maintaining my own fitness goals. I am having a heck of a time finding a half hour to go for a run.
There are heavy, heavy kids in there . . . → Read More: Just a Half Hour?
The other day, I had a string of meetings an appointments away from home. The last time this happened, I tried pumping in my car since I couldn’t think of another solution. This time, the particular part of town I visited was much too urban for car-pumping to feel comfortable. I couldn’t imagine pumping . . . → Read More: I Can Pump With a Little Help from My Friends
One of the only things I accurately predicted about new motherhood was that breastfeeding was something I couldn’t study from a book beforehand. Sure, I knew the basics of it all and had a bare-bones understanding of human lactation, but nothing quite prepared me for what it would feel like to nurse that baby…all . . . → Read More: Breastfeeding Blog Hop: Good Beginnings
My husband is such a great nursing supporter. Because I am a total jabber-jaws and
My husband, Corey, and our youngest son, Felix.
nursing enthusiast, he’s been privy to a lot of lactation education at home. Every time I return from a La Leche League meeting or appointment with a lactation consultant, he listens . . . → Read More: My Nursing Partner