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Finley’s Story: Battling HRSV

Kendra Guyer, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. I specifically remember talking about the “negatives” of breastfeeding when I was in high school. I had heard that it would change my nipples and my breasts, and I wouldn’t want that. I am… Read More

My La Leche League: Finding Support, Embracing Differences

Anna, Minneapolis, Minnesota I’m a work-at-home parent in Minneapolis with two spectacular children: a four-year-old and a 22-month-old. Our family is incredibly high-energy and talkative. One thing I love about us is that we always share our feelings… Read More

Breastfeeding and Motor Development: Mutually Beneficial!

Allyson Wessells, Columbus, Ohio I became a physical therapist in 1999, a mother in 2007, and a La Leche League Leader in 2009. The parallels of these are interesting and revealing as I reflect back on them. As… Read More

Breastfeeding: More than Milk

Jean Merrill, Maryland  You’ve probably heard the words “breast is best” many times. That phrase barely touches the surface when describing the miraculous properties your milk can give your baby. Every single body system thrives on the unique… Read More

My Experience with Fibromyalgia and Breastfeeding

Rita Brhel, Hastings, Nebraska I have fibromyalgia. I breastfed with fibromyalgia, and I’ve supported many mothers with fibromyalgia as they breastfed. Breastfeeding with fibromyalgia is challenging, to say the least. Fibromyalgia is a chronic medical condition affecting the… Read More