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Having the grace to mother my no longer nursing toddler

On Mothering My No-Longer-Nursing Toddler {and Having the Grace to Do So}

Full disclosure: I nursed my older two children for years. I’m talking darn near forever. Suffice it to say that it was longer than two years for both of them. EACH. It just worked for us, and I’m grateful for it. I have read La Leche League’s Mothering Your Nursing Toddler. It meant so much to […]

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When Breastfeeding is the Enemy

When Breastfeeding is the Enemy: The Story of a Tongue Tie

In his first few hours of life, my newborn was casually diagnosed with a tongue tie. This little tidbit of information was sandwiched between a glowing approval of his perfect head shape and a hearty thumbs up to his lung capacity. If the doctors didn’t bat an eye, I didn’t think I needed to be […]

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