You didn’t think I would let world breastfeeding week go by without posting something. Ladies, thank you for letting me share your sweet memories! Check out Kimberly’s Facebook page – Black Mama’s Parenting Naturally. Lyndsay’s blog – Our Feminist Playschool and Shani’s Baby Carrier store – Napsack Baby.
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I’m going to try my best to post weekly/bi-weekly links to articles I come across. I forget that not everyone uses Facebook and Twitter, and that’s where I post most of the things I come across. Anti-Racism and Anti- Oppression Work In Midwifery – Letter To Midwifery Today: Real Talk About Midwifery and Racial Oppression. […]
I am so happy to share with you this list of black women who breastfeed! If you check the current data on black women and breastfeeding you’ll most likely find reports saying that we do not breastfeed, we have the lowest rates, we only breastfeed for 3-6 months, etc. I would like to know where […]
I love this photo. I’ve looked at it every day since I took it. Doesn’t he look like an angel!? I really don’t understand how someone can think toddlers breastfeeding is disgusting. This is the longest amount of time I’ve breastfed. Some days I’m ready to wean and other times it’s hard to imagine […]
****** I wanted to get this post up before National Breastfeeding Month is over. It’s taken me longer than I thought it would and it’s not a perfect or complete list of myths, but a good starting point. World Breastfeding Week was August 1-7th and even though that week is long gone people still celebrate […]