The #Breastfeeding Diaries

Welcome everyone and thanks so much for sharing your posts last week.  I’ve really enjoyed catching up with the posts but even more so the kind and supportive comments you all share with each other.  The #Breastfeeding Diaries Community is an amazing group of Mama’s sharing wisdom, support and encouragement.  I know that every word shared is a genuine one and it’s amazing to be apart of that.

Little Pudding is 4 months old now, and reached the point of being easily distracted.   She is often flashing my nipple for the world to see.  Oh well, get over it world, it’s only a nipple.  Breastfeeding sure does help to de-sex the breasts doesn’t it!

Here’s the badge if you are linking up this week.  It would be great if you could display it on your posts and let people know you are apart of the Breastfeeding Diaries. There’s some other guidelines to help you out too!

 

I’ll look forward to catching up with your posts for another week! Don’t forget there is a Facebook group and a G+ Community for you to share your posts in. If you’d like to join pop over to these pages and send me a request and come and take a look at the posts I’ve already shared.

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5 Responses to The #Breastfeeding Diaries

  1. Louise says:

    Yes it’s hard when they start getting easily distracted – not so easy to be discreet. Interesting point on breastfeeding helping to de-sex the breasts – my post this week is pretty much on that same topic! 🙂
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  2. Hey Mama! says:

    Interesting post – love how you also mentioned breastfeeding is a great way to de-sex the breasts…still chuckling over that line.
    I haven’t added my link yet via the blue button – so I’ll do it now…
    Love reading the great content
    Hey Mama! recently posted…Tuna and asparagus frittataMy Profile

  3. Hurrah for nipple flashing!
    I was really surprised by the people who I have received the most negative looks from (fortunately I have never had worse than that) but it was other women, especially women about 60 plus, really negative dirty looks. Strange. Oh well. My baby, my booby, my choice =D
    Jenni – Baby Chaos recently posted…Review – Cherub Chews – Breastfeeding NecklaceMy Profile

  4. Bec says:

    Ha, I remember that – just as I’d got the hang of breastfeeding enough to contemplate doing it in *gasp* public, she started getting distracted by everything and anything!
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  5. At this point, plenty of strangers have seen my nipples. Haha! Never thought I would say that. But with a baby wanting to see everything, it’s impossible to prevent a flash here and there. “De-sex” is definitely a great way to put it!
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