My Breastfeeding Adventures: Nursing E in The Early Days

My Breastfeeding Adventures: Nursing E in The Early Days

Breastfeeding was the least of my concerns while I was pregnant with E. I had already done it for 15 months with my first, we battled food sensitivity, flat nipples and nursed half way through my pregnancy. Should be no problem the second time I thought. Well, I was wrong. It took many attempts to get the first latch. When she did finally latch it hurt.

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A Personal Story: Tongue-Tied and Breastfeeding

A Personal Story: Tongue-Tied and Breastfeeding

I recently had my third son this past summer and was looking forward to breastfeeding him just like I breastfed my other two sons. Having had wonderful breastfeeding experiences with my other two boys, I was quite surprised when I experienced pain while breastfeeding with this baby. I knew that the latch looked right from the outside, but something was not right if there was pain.

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A BABE Mom's Story: 6 Tips For 6 Months

A BABE Mom's Story: 6 Tips For 6 Months

Three weeks into her breastfeeding journey we had the privilege of meeting this sweet momma and her precious little boy.  Our first contact was November 15, 2011.  She was our fifth client but our first real challenging case.  Over the phone, she described that she was having some pain and nipple damage with latch and decided it was time to get help as she suspected what she was experiencing was not normal.  This was her third baby to breastfeed yet the first time to experience this situation.

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