That's what boobs are for?!
If you’re anything like me, breastfeeding is the one thing that you’re most worried about. To be honest, I was even kind of grossed out by the whole process.
Whether you choose to directly nurse your newborn or exclusively pump from the beginning, you are providing nourishment for your baby and that is amazing. Both options come with their own set of hurdles though.
There is a pretty steep learning curve to something that is supposed to be completely normal and natural. It can be hard to get things going and to get comfortable with breastfeeding. So I’m here to help.
Though I am in no way an expert in the traditional, went-to-school sense, I have tried pretty much everything out there surrounding nursing, pumping, increasing milk supply, battling mastitis, all of it. If you can name it, I’ve probably tried it or dealt with it.
So I would like to pass on all of the failures and successes that I’ve experienced during my breastfeeding journey in the hope that you won’t have to travel through quite so many avenues during yours.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, or if you have a specific question that you would like help with, shoot me an email or drop by the Facebook group and let me know. I would love to try and help.
Until next time!
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