Every time I meet a mom with twins, I am completely in awe of how she is functioning on a day to day basis. While my boys were practically Irish twins, I still had mastered breastfeeding and sleep by the time my second son arrived. So when I stumbled upon this article, 10 Tips for Breastfeeding Multiples, I just had to share with my readers.
For our next Local Spotlight, I would like to introduce Vicky Eydelberg Irvin. Vicky is a North County San Diego family photographer who finds and captures the magic of everyday moments to help them live on for generations. We interviewed her about her favorite tips for a Newborn Photo Session.
In this second article in our Weaning series, we will start the conversation about how to gently wean your baby and why pacing is so important in this process. If you are wondering when you will know when to begin weaning your child, check out our last article, What is Weaning and When Should I Wean my Baby?
Check out my guest post today over at Natural Kidz about the Top Five Reasons to Join a CSA. Natural Kidz is one of my favorite web sites out there for eco-friendly products for the whole family! Every September I stock up and purchase reusable lunch box items for my kids, and a few reusable bags for picking up my favorite groceries and CSA items.
Check out my Guest Post on Natural Kidz every month!
Weaning is a very personal and emotional topic for all breastfeeding moms. My personal experience with weaning my two boys was not what I expected nor anticipated. As my milk started to dwindle when my boys turned three months, I didn’t have the breastfeeding support or knowledge I needed to ramp up my supply. At that time, I was not a lactation consultant. Instead I was a full-time working mom, breastfeeding while with my son and pumping, 2 times a day, while at work.