Breastfeeding Month 14: Yes, It’s Still Beneficial!

Yesterday, I was that one weird mom trying to inconspicuously nurse her acrobatic toddler in the corner of the science museum. My toddler was squirmy, fussy, overstimulated, and overtired. Breastfeeding is the only way to help him when he’s in this state – so that’s what I did. Maybe I wasn’t that “weird mom,” but […]

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Breastfeeding Month 13: extended breastfeeding

That’s right, I have been breastfeeding my baby for 13 months! I am now extended breastfeeding my little.  What is extended breastfeeding? It means breastfeeding past infancy. It’s commonly used in the US to describe mothers who breastfeed babies past the age of 12 months. Although, it’s not a great way to describe breastfeeding past […]

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