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#thisiswhereibreastfeed when it's too hot to go back to NYC. πŸ™πŸ»β˜€οΈπŸ’¦

Road trip pit stops are only dreadful when you can't get an ice cream cone the size of your baby's head! 🍦🍦🍦#camping #twoscoopsteve #mommying #thisiswhereibreastfeed #normalizebreastfeeding

On a walk on a cool, Fall day. @wellroundedny @bravadodesigns #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Thank you, @vnessawithaneye for spending the day with us and capturing this beautiful moment with my daughter. #breastfeeding #mom #maternityleave #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Second perfect fall picnic in a weekend. Rory having a cozy snack al fresco. Love that the sun is warm and the air is crisp. #thisismomjeans #perfectfall #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Yup, #breastfeeding at the art exhibition. Baby's gotta eat. #14thfactory #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Happy Friday!! We've had the luxury of having an amazing baby nurse, Mara from @popins.inc (AND both sets of parents) to help us transition during these first two weeks of parenthood. It has been incredible to have all of these helping hands support us doing dishes and laundry, taking out the garbage, making dinner and feeding the baby in the middle of the night. πŸ™Today is Mara's last day. My hope is that I continue taking care of myself the best that I can so I can feel great and tend to my baby with energy, happiness and love. Now, off to breastfeed and hopefully have time to take a shower! πŸ’•πŸ’…πŸŒ·#bewellwithbaby #selfcare #selflove

This is where I breastfeed-at festivals, on airplanes, on park benches, at restaurants and bars, at sporting events, in my own bed.
My baby turns one today and I look back on our year of breastfeeding. The closeness, the calmness, the connection...I will definitely miss it yet am ready to be done. My daughter is strong, healthy, independent!

Breastfeeding in public felt easy for me. I could leave my house with nothing more than a nursing cover and a couple of diapers. It made me proud to nourish my baby yet live as normal life as possible. I never felt the need to hide (other than under a nursing cover) or leave a dinner table; I never felt like I should feed my baby in a public restroom at a baseball game instead of in my seat. I felt free for not caring what others may think.
I was all my baby needed and was happy to feed her whenever and wherever she needed it. β€οΈοΈπŸ‘ΆπŸΌ
#thisiswhereibreastfeed #normalizebreastfeeding #breastfeedinginpublic #nursinginpublic #365daysofbreastfeeding

I missed #nationalbreastfeedingweek by one day, but it's still #nationalbreastfeedingmonth!
I have had the privilege of being able to exclusively breastfeed my first son and now I'm happy to do it again with my second. This time around, I was excited to have a summer baby so I could nurse him anytime and anywhere. I have nursed him in parks, standing up in playgrounds, and even at the Museum of Natural History! I'm lucky to live in NYC where I have yet to receive any grief about feeding my son without covering up.
Breastfeeding isn't always easy, but I consider it my temporary superpower ✊️#thisiswhereibreastfeed #wellroundedny

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My crew! Our breastfeeding journey will be coming to an end fairly soon, so I’m soaking up every moment I can. I have loved this adventure and will always look back on our time spent nursing with a full heart. Lately, @phoenixthemancat has been joining us when we cuddle and with the upcoming cold season, I wouldn’t have it any other way. #fedwithlove #nursingmama #breastfeedingjourney #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Second perfect fall picnic in a weekend. Rory having a cozy snack al fresco. Love that the sun is warm and the air is crisp. #thisismomjeans #perfectfall #thisiswhereibreastfeed

We made it! Ivy did great on the flight - 6 whole hours! Been enjoying time with the fam and lots of homemade meals 😍. Props to Delta for not giving me any drama while breastfeeding during takeoff and landing. βœˆοΈπŸ’Ίβ˜οΈHooray! #fedwithlove #breastfeedingmama #thisiswhereibreastfeed #deltaairlines

A breastfeeding journey part. 7
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What I discovered during this period is that breastfeeding is a journey and it is very personal. In my case I was giving me some goals to achieve: 3 months, then 6 months. And now I ended up in the philosophy that we will feel when it is gonna be the time to stop. And my personal lesson that I think I will pass deeply to my son through this experience we shared is that when things get though you never have to give up. Breastfeeding is the hardest thing until it becomes easy and blissful. @breastfeeding_world

A breastfeeding journey part. 6
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From that day I began to breastfeed with my silicon nipples protection, put my cream each time I finished and after two weeks I was feeling better and a bit more confident. At that point the midwife suggested me to take the protection out one time out of two and see what was happening. At that moment I understood how much I was afraid of trying because of my past experience but I stayed calm and I tried with all the trust I had. A couple of weeks after I forgot about the cream and the silicon protections and I was breastfeeding easily without fear, it was not hurting and we were both Elliott and me savouring our victory. Read the end of my story tomorrow #tobecontinued

A breasfeeding journey part 5.
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Then I remembered a midwife specialized in lactation that I met while pregnant and I took an appointment with her. I was putting all my faith in her and I explained the situation with all the horrible details and an open heart. She told me that in fact I had no wounds so that's why nobody of the medical staff was giving too much attention to my situation (not because they didn't care but because they didn't know what else to do) but that my pain was real and that breastfeeding didn't have to be so painful. She told me to stop beating myself up about it, that it was nobody's fault because Elliott and me were both trying to do our best. She put Elliott on a scale, then asked me to breasfeed him, then she weight him again. She told me that he was eating enough, that we were both making a good job, that the position was good but she showed me exactly how to put my shoulders, how to put the baby at the breast, how had to be his mouth, then she gave me a silicon protection and we trained a couple of times. After that she gave me a cream that was treating any kind of possible skin problem (fungus, inflammation, infection). She told me that she gives it only when necessary but that she was sure that in my case this could help. After more than one hour consultation I went back home with a lot of information on what was happening to my body while breastfeeding, one silicon nipple protection, the APNO (All Purpose Nipple Ointment of Dr Jack Newman) and fresh hope #tobecontinued Keep reading my story on day 6.

A breastfeeding journey part 4.
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I was nearly breaking down but I found a lot of support around me. My family and my boyfriend didn't really know what to say to keep me calm but they supported me. I couldn't deal with one more person saying "it is normal it will pas". But I didn't give up and was looking for new solutions as now the problem was getting bigger everyday. Now even seeing Elliott getting closer to my nipple was scaring me out. The pain was not only physical anymore but had moved to something deeper #tobecontinued Keep reading my story on day 5.

A breastfeeding journey... Part 2. --
As soon as Elliott was born he was put on my chest and found his way directly to the holy boobies 😜 At this point I linee I was entering the learning period and I behaved like a good student. It was painful. I was feeling like I was walking in the dark and I didn't know if what I was doing was right or wrong but I was mainly listening to my feelings in a brand new way and I was doing quite fine. I was tired but happy and satisfied #tobecontinued Keep reading my story on day 3.

A breastfeeding journey...part 1.
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Since my pregnancy I really trusted in the high benefits of breastfeeding both for the baby and the mother. I decided I really wanted to breastfeed for as long as I could and I tought it was so natural that I would learn to do it easily and it would be the sweetest thing ever. I was so so wrong! Keep reading my story tomorrow #tobecontinued

Thank you, @vnessawithaneye for spending the day with us and capturing this beautiful moment with my daughter. #breastfeeding #mom #maternityleave #thisiswhereibreastfeed

I missed #nationalbreastfeedingweek by one day, but it's still #nationalbreastfeedingmonth!
I have had the privilege of being able to exclusively breastfeed my first son and now I'm happy to do it again with my second. This time around, I was excited to have a summer baby so I could nurse him anytime and anywhere. I have nursed him in parks, standing up in playgrounds, and even at the Museum of Natural History! I'm lucky to live in NYC where I have yet to receive any grief about feeding my son without covering up.
Breastfeeding isn't always easy, but I consider it my temporary superpower ✊️#thisiswhereibreastfeed #wellroundedny

#thisiswhereibreastfeed In bed, all throughout the night with my growing guy; Happy national breastfeeding week everyone!

#breastfeedingweek just ended but better late than never to #normalizebreastfeeding πŸ‘#thisiswhereibreastfeed at the @honolulumuseum , directing a show @kahilutheatre , at the beach and in the car (sitting in a stopped car for an hour ). Babies need to eat, they don't care where you are so #freethenipple πŸ‘Ά for them #breastfeedingchallenge #breastfeeding #breastfeedingawareness πŸ’–πŸ’œπŸ’›

It takes a lot of guts to post this but here it goes.It has been a hard journey with breastfeeding. I had a csection and he had latched less than an hour after being born but on the 2nd day he had lost a pound and apparently my milk was taking awhile to let down. I was devastated. I had to offer bottled formula to him in the hospital because I wanted my baby not to starve. I came home and had postpartum depression and I would put baby on my breast even for a little bit but I still wasn't filling him up. I was offering a lot of formula and at this point I wanted to give up. I decided to start pumping every 2 hours and I would only pump like an ounce at a time until I reached up to 6 0z or more. I decided to exclusively pump for baby and I started to slowly offer him my breast at night. He started to get used to it and now that's all he really wants to drink. He's currently 6 months about to turn 7 in 3 days. The beginning was rough but I love the connection I have with him! With my 3 year old twins I was not able to exclusively breastfeed cause I got sick two times when they were born from high blood pressure. But no matter how much I love breastfeeding I also believe in fed is best. A mom is a good mom no matter how you decide to feed. This is in Honor of Breastfeeding week! πŸ‘ΆπŸ»πŸ‘ΈπŸ»πŸ‘§πŸ»πŸ‘§πŸ»πŸ€°πŸ»πŸΌ #exclusivebreastfeeding #earthsbestformula #leonidas #leon #thisiswhereibreastfeed #Boobolution #normalizebreastfeeding #mommyof3 #mommyoftwins #exclusivepumping #breastfedbaby #fedisbest

Thank you @gap for 50% off baby clothes and a nice spot for an afternoon snack πŸ’πŸ»πŸ‘ΆπŸ» #wbw2017 #thisiswhereibreastfeed

Happy #worldbreastfeedingweek so thankful to have another little nursling to share this experience with. #wbw2017 #breastfeedingweek #normalizebreastfeeding #empowerednursing #thisiswhereibreastfeed @wellroundedny

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