Tag Archives: breastfeeding

First, let me just acknowledge that I am usually a little skeeved out by the weird words/terms other people use to refer to their breastmilk- milkies, moomies, bobos, whatever… it’s all weird to me. Except also? Lowell calls it MoMos. So here I am seeing you and understanding that that is a weird thing for […]

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We can always count on Julie Forbes to bring the intelligent and well-researched pieces to this blog. She doesn’t disappoint today! I had NO idea we could write off all the money Scott spent on the little league team last year!  ************************************************** Who says being a stay-at-home parent doesn’t pay the bills? Everyone.  Because it […]

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I was going to write this yesterday and title it something like, “Come at me, NURSE” but fortunately I’ve learned to cool off before I blog now (though sometimes I ignore that lesson). I went to a first-aid medical practice yesterday that I’ve visited quite a bit over the years. During the routine questions the […]

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Myth: Feeding your baby is for bonding and turning off life, looking into their eyes, and devoting all your attention to them while you feed them. It’s only for a short time. Surely you can devote all your love to them and cherish these small moments when you can. Obviously you will master the bonding the […]

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Lowell had formula. I say this not for praise or like it’s some kind of confession. It’s nothing I’m ashamed of. It’s not anything that I need a gold star for or sympathy for. It’s a non issue. I fed my baby just like people all over the world feed their babies every day. 95% […]

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A. Catch a stream of regurgitated breastmilk streaming down your cleavage, headed for your bra and shirt, with your iPhone, and then wipe it up with your bare hand… or B. Change your clothes and take a shower? THIS IS A REAL LIFE CHOICE I AM FACED WITH. Often. I will always choose A. Just […]

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