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Sunday, April 15, 2007



I guess we'll stop lactating at roughly the same time... Linton is almost there. And if I travel in July (sans kids) as I'm planning to, then, I guess it'll be done.


I LOVE the picture. Love it.


y'know, this was one of my reasons for breastfeeding. I'm just not a clean & organized person.

Thank you for being honest about it - it's nice to see I'm not the only one!


I hear you on the nightnursing. I'm still doing it and most of the time it's not so bad, but lately my 15 month old has been nursing a lot and that makes for a tired, no-fun, and sometimes cranky mama.


Speaking of Breastfeeding: for those in Southern New England:

Join Bellani Maternity for Cookies & Milk!:
Build Breastfeeding Awareness to Save Lives!
Wednesday, August 8, 9-11am, Warwick, RI

The simple act of breastfeeding can help save lives. By increasing breastfeeding rates around the world, we could save 1.3 million children annually and reduce mortality rates by 22%. This year's World Breastfeeding Week aims to save one million babies across the globe by building breastfeeding awareness. The Warwick, RI-based pregnancy resource center Bellani Maternity is hosting an official site for the World Breastfeeding Wave. In this worldwide event, women from across the globe will breastfeed at 10am (their local time), resulting in a 24-hour wave of sequential breastfeeding all the way around the world!

The event is held as part of World Breastfeeding Week, celebrated in over 120 countries worldwide on August 1-7. This year's goal for the awareness-raising event is to spread the word that immediate initiation of breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding for six months can save more than one million babies.

To help show our support, breastfeeding moms are gathering at Bellani Maternity at 1276 Bald Hill Rd., Warwick, RI (across from Target) on Wednesday, August 8 from 9 to 11am, for "Cookies & Milk." Have fun with other moms and families while we spread the word about breastfeeding. The synchronized feeding will take place at 10am and registration starts at 9am. For more info visit www.bellanimaternity.com or call Bellani at 401-234-1279.

Please note: no bottles, teats, pacifiers, milk or babyfood products will be allowed on-site during the event. These items will disqualify Bellani from participating in the World Breastfeeding Wave.


I understand exactly what you are saying, in more ways than one

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