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Monthly Archives: November 2015

I consider myself extremely lucky to have been able to breastfeed my daughter. It has given me countless precious memories, from that first suckle moments after birth, to the smile she gives me when she breaks off to check I’m still there. The first weeks weren’t easy. There were pain, tears and worry. I often…

My son and I had a rough start to our breastfeeding journey. I never could have imagined something so natural could be so incredibly difficult. After Archers birth we were wheeled back to recovery, welcomed by my family. One of which was my Aunt/Midwife/Doula. She instantly unwrapped him and we did our first skin to…

After being diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Failure, it was confirmed IMPOSSIBLE for me to conceive a child and even if I did with a donor egg I would not be able to breastfeed. God performed a marvellous miracle and I conceived both my children naturally. I breastfed my first son (now 3 and a half)…

My name is Samantha and my breast feeding journey has been a long and bumpy road. It started 2 years ago when I had my daughter, I wanted nothing more than to breast feed her. So as soon as she’d arrived I popped her straight on the breast, it hurt, bad! I said this to…

My journey started in 2011 with my first daughter Savannah. When I was pregnant I was determined to breastfeed and was confident I would be able too. After Savannahs birth, she wouldn’t latch, I was still in shock, although it wasn’t a bad experience it wasn’t ideal. I had the midwife who delivered her try…

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