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Looking Back: Rendezvous At 3 A.M.

Denise Heidel, Washington State Denise’s story was published in the March-April 1981 issue of La Leche League News and was originally seen in the Washington State and Alaska La Leche League newsletter, The Northwest Corner. Editor’s Note: The first issue… Read More

Should I Night Wean?

Well-meaning loved ones and medical professionals often suggest to parents that, if their babies are nursing at night, it’s time to wean them. “Babies” may refer to any age from six months to one year and beyond. Why… Read More

Newborn Sleep: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Contact Napping

Rebecca H. McCormick, Fairfax City, Virginia With my first child, I obsessed about naps. More accurately, I was obsessed with getting my baby to nap a) at predictable times, b) for predictable lengths, and c) not in my… Read More

Oh, the Places a Breastfeeding Family Goes! (Mini edition)

It’s been quite some time since we’ve shared your personal snapshots of nursing on the go (or sticking close to home, for that matter). In order to (hopefully) reboot our “Oh, the Places a Breastfeeding Family Goes!” feature,… Read More

Looking Back: A Change of View

Tamara Moshman, Maryland Originally published in the May-June 1979 issue of La Leche League News. Editor’s Note: The first issue of La Leche League News, the bimonthly publication for members, was published in 1958. The name changed to New Beginnings in 1985. New Beginnings continued… Read More