5th October 2016 Helen 7Comment

Tuntunterrah…. It’s World Breastfeeding Week. Of course while it’s a great thing to promote the most natural way to feed a baby, it’s a crying shame that it’s even necessary. But the millions of billions of cash spent by the formula industry undermining women’s belief in their bodies has done the trick and dedicating a week to encourage mammals to act like mammals is utterly necessary, so here’s my twopence worth. Again. On the experience and merits of breastfeeding, I speak as one who has retired from milk production.   Earlier this year, aged 23 months, my last baby was finally ejected from the milk…

1st October 2013 Helen 11Comment

To mark National Breastfeeding Week, the fabulous collective that is the Irish Parenting Bloggers have organised a blog march in keeping with this year’s theme, ‘Every breastfeed makes a difference’.To mark the occassion you can enter a competition to win Nuk Breastpumps. Enter here and also head over to www.mama.ie for a full round up of this weeks’s related posts: a Rafflecopter giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway My own contribution to this is as a mum who was determined but struggled to feed her first baby.  However with sheer stubbornness, paracetamol and support my breastfeeding story has a happy ending.  I am now expecting…