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My daughter Grace was born on Boxing Day of 2015 and like every mother, my life changed that day. After a long arduous pregnancy with countless hospitalisations and pre term labour scares Grace finally made her debut after many hours of a drug free labour. She arrived with a bang at 9 pounds 6 ounces…

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My sister gave me some great advice which really helped me to set up realistic expectations of breastfeeding – she said “it will be hard for at least 12 weeks, then it starts to get easier. Just take it one feed at a time”. That helped me get through the first few months of sleepless nights and cluster-feeding.

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I parent through breastfeeding, it’s very important for our family for many, many reasons. We breast-sleep, whenever my daughter cries I am there ready to boob, what ever the problem may be. I had a really rough time at the start of our breastfeeding journey through tongue and lip ties being incorrectly diagnosed, revisions, reattachments,…

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16 weeks of struggles. And 16 weeks of boobin.

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