Tips to Become The Ultimate Dairy Queen
When it comes to breastfeeding, I’m a “been there done that” kind of mama. My first baby had hip dysplasia and cried non-stop for the first year of her life, this did not make learning how to breastfeed any easier. My second baby was sensitive to dairy products when I ate them, so-long ice cream. And my third child was, well, a third child. Any time I would go to nurse him he had two other siblings trying to share the same lap.
And yet I nursed all three of them until they were over a year old. It’s been precious, it’s been hard, but it’s been so worth it.
I’m certainly no expert or doctor (even medical TV shows gross me out) but here are my top 10 breast-feeding tips from a mama who has “been there done that.”