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getyourboobout Aug 17
Don’t be afraid to in public mammas! We need to Let’s help educate cafes, bars, restaurants & hotels in our area, that feeding our babies with our boobs is cool & normal and needs to welcomed! 🤱🏼
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charde speaks Aug 17
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House Of 1000 Children 14h
Sean made his own name for breastmilk...nipple juice.
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Laura Santhanam Aug 18
What do moms who think about these pods? I just saw this one at the airport in Jackson, Mississippi.
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AnnamRani Aug 19
New moms: no one wants to see a picture of your kid sucking on your tit. And no I don’t care if you breastfeed, bottle feed, do it in public, in a bathroom, on a park bench. I don’t feel like seeing it shoved in my face on IG. Not sure what the point is 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Winterr Marie 13h
My son just tried to bite my nipple.. nah mf. You should’ve took it 5 months ago when i tried to give it to you 😂😂😂
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The B Word IBCLC Aug 15
Hey guess what?! I’ve started a breastfeeding blog! Click here to check it out ->
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USBC 🤱🏿🤱🏻🤱🏽🤱🏾🤱🏼 Aug 20
A2: Target information to families and employers through media, blogs, social media, with a special focus on workers and industries that face the greatest challenges continuing to after returning to work
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Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Aug 20
Breastfeeding has long-term health benefits for your baby that last right into adulthood.
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Hamilton Community Health Network 12h
Need reasons to decide to ? Here you go:
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Orlando Women's Center Aug 20
Breast milk is the complete food for infants. Many studies have proved that breastfeeding is beneficial for newborn baby as well as the mother.
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Mother Child Health Aug 15
The panel led a discussion on the barriers women face when they want to , and local resources that are available to help mothers, like Kansas City Healthy Start Initiative mom, Latrice. (Latrice was the winner of the gift basket.)
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Paulette Brockington Aug 19
The reality of this photograph: Sentenced to hunger death, a man was put in prison to await his death. His daughter pleaded with the government to see her father daily until his death. Granted permission, she fed him breast milk on daily basis.
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Megan Cowie Aug 19
So much love for Adidas....finally showing women breastfeeding during any situation
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AR Minority Health Aug 19
Getting back into the swing of things after giving birth can be tough, especially if you choose to nurse. Hear how AMHC agency director ShaRhonda Love was able to &get back to work with the help of a supportive work team.
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Kathy KendallTackett 7h
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Kathy KendallTackett 15h
Donating milk can make an incalculable difference in mothers' lives. Thank you to all who donate.
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OLE Health Aug 20
August is + this year’s theme is ” We're proud@ OLE to encourage our patients to with confidence! Learn how you can take action to support families
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KP Central Valley Aug 20
We are so grateful to have a team of passionate doctors and lactation consultants who are easing the path for new moms to exclusively -. Thank you for this amazing piece.
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Kathy KendallTackett Aug 19
Praeclarus Press supports all breastfeeding mothers. No exceptions. Art by ken@praeclaruspress.com.
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