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Wet-Nursing and Breastmilk Sharing

Meg’s Experiences With Wet-Nursing And Milk Sharing

2017-07-24T09:36:30+10:00September 29th, 2013|Wet-Nursing and Breastmilk Sharing|

Growing up as a young girl I remember my mother telling me how much she loved breastfeeding.  She would say how it was her favourite thing about having a baby and would tell me stories about what is was like breastfeeding my sister and I.  Yet there was one particular story that left the biggest [...]


Tales From The Breastfeeding Matron Of Honour

2017-07-24T09:36:30+10:00September 11th, 2013|Attachment Parenting, Wet-Nursing and Breastmilk Sharing|

"I did not even give a thought to whether or not the dress was breastfeeding friendly as I was completely obsessed with the fact that I was going to be the MATRON of Honour and I wanted to look my age (32) instead of 80 (which my title suggested I was)..." Life goes on even [...]


Donor Breastmilk For Junipah…One Mother’s Journey

2019-11-12T13:05:13+10:00August 4th, 2013|Breastmilk and Formula, Low Supply and Relactation, Wet-Nursing and Breastmilk Sharing|

Most women who give birth can breastfeed their babies. If this were not the case then we would have died out as a species long ago!  Yet there are some circumstances where a woman is just not able to breastfeed for physical or psychological reasons.  Breastfeeding women have been feeding each other's babies since the [...]



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