Welcome to the 10th Breastfeeding and I blog link party! What a Summer it’s been; I can’t believe we’ve passed the half way mark for the school holidays.
Happy World Breastfeeding Month to US linkers and readers; hoping more mothers and their families receive the support they need to make breastfeeding work for them.
Thanks to the lovely folks that linked up last week; good reads as usual, and all inspired in some way by World Breastfeeding Week. It would be lovely if you could drop by a day or two after you’ve linked up to check out posts that are linked up later than yours.
Please follow the linky rules, especially about the minimum comment expectation to share some blog love, and also commenting with #BreastfeedingandI to share the linky.
@wend91 passionately and insightfully discussed whether baby feeding rooms help or hinder breastfeeding in public. This a very important issue that needs to be talked about, an area that clearly needs changing. I mean, who fancies having their lunch surrounded by smelly toilet activities. It’s also very interesting to consider what the feeding chair in all its varieties, in the different corners of various baby feeding / changing facilities, actually represent.
Wendy, please grab the code for your featured post badge.
@juliecookies shares top tips for breastfeeding mothers returning to work after maternity leave; so important working breastfeeding mums / moms know their rights.
@MumsnetKent shared her 5 most recent breastfeeding friendly outfits, best buys. Comfy nursing bras are vital, give me Frugi nursing outfits any day (even when I’m not breastfeeding), and I’m so glad I was told about Muslin Squares by a mummy friend. 🙂
@musingmumma shared about how she came to donate her frozen pumped milk that her daughter didn’t want. So lovely to find a new home for the liquid gold that breast milk is; what a gift of the milk of human kindness! Would you donate if you could?
@liquoriceuk shared a list of posts she’s written about her breastfeeding journey; all so inviting to be read. Each title touched different emotions, either in relation to what she must have been through or in relation to a similar phase on my journey. I look forward to reading through her story in weeks ahead.
@MommaBossBlog wrote about her breastfeeding journey with her son, especially for #BreastfeedingandI. It’s a good reminder that the decision to keep breastfeeding or not isn’t always about lack of support. The reason to breastfeeding or not, and how it is done is indeed down to each mum and child. As for celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, what about celebrating Formula?
You can read more about the aims of the linky and the kind of posts you can share on it here.
- Follow me on some of my social media networks if you want. T | F | G+ | P | I | B♥ |
- Link 1 old or new breastfeeding related post
- Add my nofollow linky badge to your linked post to help share the link up or add a text link to the #BreastfeedingandI Project page
- Comment on this post to say hi, and feel free to share any suggestions for improvement
- Read and comment on my linked post.
- Read and comment on (AT LEAST) the post before yours + one of your choice to ensure that everyone gets at least 2 comments.
- Comment on linked posts with the #BreastfeedingandI to help share the linky.
- read and comment on all linked posts
- Klout some of those that really stand out to me (depending on time)
- mention some or all the linked posts (depending on how many) in the subsequent linky post.
- feature a post that particularly resonates with me
- retweet, share, pin, +1, ♥ posts shared with me on @aNoviceMum on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google Plus, and Instagram.
I look forward to reading your old or new breastfeeding post.
If you’re not a blogger but will like to contribute your article, please get in touch below or on social media.
Thanks for your positive and constructive contributions to conversations about infant feeding in general and breastfeeding in particular.
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