The Breastfeeding Diaries: Intimate Tales of Motherhood
The Breastfeeding Blog that Chronicles the Breastfeeding Journeys of Real Moms
This breastfeeding blog chronicle the intimate journeys of diverse moms; each chosen for their unique differences in persona, background, profession, and most of all, their breastfeeding experiences and challenges. Follow each week as they navigate through their individual trials and tribulations, each on their distinctive path to finding a personal definition of breastfeeding success. Share your comments, questions, and experiences - or merely show your support. There's always room for that!
First - and second - time mom. Her twins were born seven weeks early and spent their first three weeks in the NICU. During that time Kara navigated, with the love and support of her husband, how to pump and bring milk to her babies in the hospital.
Jessica Shyba is the wife of a NYU Dental School student and full time stay at home mother to Jack, 5, Zoe, 3 and Beau, 6 weeks. Jessica shares her adventures around Manhattan with kids on her blog, Momma’s Gone City.
Emily Elling lives downtown Indianapolis with her husband of 10 years and her four unintentionally hilarious children, Piper, 7, Nola, 5, Gage, 2, and baby Paul, born January 2012. Emily is a corporate interior designer turned stay at home mom and blogger.
Kate Marsh Lord is the mom of three young and very energetic kids: a 5 year old son, a 3 year old daughter and a “surprise” bonus baby boy born in March of 2012. She is the proud wife of an Air Force pilot, which means her family relocates often, and currently calls Montgomery, Alabama home.
Kathryn From, CEO of Bravado and mother of two shares her candid insights from the corner office and the nursing lounge. Get the inside line on the company that has defined breastfeeding as well as the very personal journey of the woman at the helm.
Yesterday was one of those days. Not a bad day – but rather an enlightening day. It was a day that serves as a (not so gentle) reminder of Bravado Designs’ role in women’s lives. Bravado has the absolute privilege of being a part of the powerful journey into motherhood – the good and the challenging. We are there for all of it. And again, that comes with a real responsibility – one that we have always taken quite seriously.3:16pm on Wednesday March 28