• World Breastfeeding Week 2019 Day 6

    By Natalie Edmundson Photography |

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    As mothers in this social media world, we have this expectation of how and what our lives are supposed to look like, the same goes with breastfeeding. We don’t often talk about the road bumps, detours, or even when things change suddenly. As we normalize breastfeeding, the hope is that we empower more women to reach out and ask for help when things don’t go according to plan. There are so many wonderful resources and individuals who are trained to help when things don’t work. I know I’ve had to seek help with first born and I am so thankful for the help. Todays featured mom is a mom of 3 lovely kids and is now breastfeeding twins, here is what she has to say:

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  • World Breastfeeding Week 2019 Day 4

    By Natalie Edmundson Photography |

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    Breastfeeding has many wonderful benefits for both mom and baby! However, not every mother can breastfeed for varying reasons. Many moms find they must supplement or are exclusively pumping. The expectations we place on ourselves as new mothers can be overwhelming and detrimental to our own health.  Having an encouraging network of friends and family to turn to for support is vital. Instead of judging others lets help build each other up.

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  • World Breastfeeding Week 2019 Day 2

    By Natalie Edmundson Photography |

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    Welcome back as we celebrate another day of World Breastfeeding Week 2019! As we look at 2018 it marked a huge victory towards normalizing breastfeeding, all 50 states made it legal to breastfeed in public. Although it is now legal, it does not stop those who want to publicly shame mothers who should be afforded the opportunity to breastfeed without having to confine themselves to bathroom stalls or other designated areas. In locations such as Georgia, where I currently reside, the weather can reach unreasonable temperatures and the humidity out of control. High temperature and high humidity make it increasingly uncomfortable for any mom trying to nurse another warm bodied human being and then add an article of clothing to top it off. Shaming has got to stop in our community, and we need to support and uplift other mothers who are trying to breastfeed their babies. If you don’t think so, read what this lovely mom has to say about her ordeal after being shamed while breastfeeding this year in 2019!  

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