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“Breastfeeding Failure” is an Oxymoron

Lately I’ve been wondering if “breastfeeding failure” is an oxymoron. I mean, to fail at something don’t you need to have a predetermined understanding of what failure is and what success is? Must you not be able to assess and … Continue reading

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Last revised on 11/03/2011

On Guilt

Editor’s note: We are so happy to share this post from Martha at The Babe and the Breast.  This post originally appeared on The Babe and the Breast on July 10th, 2011. We felt these words were so powerful that … Continue reading

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Last revised on 07/13/2011

Breastfeeding Weekly Wrap-up: April 24-May 2, 2010

  By Elita of Blacktating.com for the Best for Babes Foundation ©2010 There were a couple of breastfeeding stories in the news this week that brought me to tears. First was this story of a Chinese nurse, who breastfed her … Continue reading

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Last revised on 05/03/2010