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Monthly Archives: June 2016

My bub was 9 months old when we participated in the Australian Breastfeeding Project at Dawes Point in Sydney. It was always my plan to breastfeed. However, life never follows a plan. Bub was born via forceps delivery leaving him with facial nerve palsy. When he was 4 days old my still milk hadn’t come…

THIS NEEDS TO STOP! Way too often women are told to feed in private and hide away! If they post about their breastfeeding achievements they are putting down others. They get photos to celebrate, they are told they are shoving it in everyone’s faces and shaming those who don’t breast feed. Breastfeeding is hard and…

After finding out I would have to have a caesarean, the absolute opposite of my birth wishes, I switched my focus to breastfeeding. I knew I wanted to do it (until at least six months, at the time) and nothing would stop me. Although lord knows the universe threw enough curve balls at me to…

It isn’t a secret that the Australian Breastfeeding Project wants to normalise milk sharing. This is an image of a beautiful mumma (sitting down) who exclusively expresses, the two mummas standing have both donated milk. I had a vision of showing mums have each others back! The world health organisation has told us that donor…

The Australian breastfeeding project conducted a survey, which was sent out to everyone who had registered for the project and widely shared through breastfeeding communities on social media.  Sarah needed statistics for a presentation that she conducted at a breastfeeding conference in Warrnambool. When doing her research she noticed there wasn’t a lot of statics…

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