We have all seen or heard the stories where women were asked to nurse their child in the bathroom, rather than in public. Or mothers were asked to leave a restaurant or stop nursing their child. Have you come up against negativity? How did you deal with it? Was there anyone against you nursing your child from the beginning?
What tips would you give other mothers to combat the negativity that some breastfeeding mom's get?View Thread
I think mom's in general have to learn to prep ahead but in particular those mom's who are also nursing or pumping. It takes a lot of time to do all of the above. I wish you had a better chance at breakfast but I understand. Good job though otherwise, grazing is suppose to be the best way to lose weight .
With the demands of breastfeeding and taking care of a small child, we often times have a difficult time making sure we eat right and exercise as we should. Particularly those first few months when our newborn is requiring so much for us. How have you been keeping yourself healthy?View Thread
Congrats on the new little one, and welcome to the Breastfeeding Support Group Community. Over the past few years there have been many mom's who only pumped and bottle fed their little ones. I really hope you'll come back often with any questions you might have.
Babies grow so fast. How do you deal with your child's change in sizes? Do you get hand me downs from friends/family? Do you offer the clothes your little one has out grown down to those that have smaller children?
This is National Parent Leadership Month. Who do you look up to as a parent? Is there a set of people you try to pattern your parenting after? How do you set an example for others as a mentor in parenting?