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Wordless Wednesday: B is for Boobfood


Welcome to Wordless Wednesday!
Okay, like always, it’s not entirely wordless! Did you know I also run a Lactivist site? Click on the “Boobfood” tab to check it out! Let me send you away with some breastfeeding touchpoints I hope leave you thinking: 

Hmmmm…..

Breastfeeding also lowers the risk of:

  • Type 1 diabetes 
  • childhood leukemia
  • atopic dermatitis (a type of skin rash) and
  • SIDS
  • respiratory infections &
  • asthma….


and that’s just the tip of the iceberg! Check out the La Leche League or, you know, Google “the benefits of breastfeeding” yourself. Even though I already did it for you in the link. Just don’t say I never did anything for you.

Okay, okay… onto the boobies!
Well, BABIES don’t have a problem nursing in public!

The true source of early cave drawings revealed
It makes me want to cry just thinking about it!
Hee hee. 🙂
I’ve always said one of the best perks for parents about breastmilk is the containers!
and the one I made, just for you…

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