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Let’s Mother The Mother: A Personal Experience Post Partum

Despite being a specialized perinatal RN working at the bedside supporting new mothers learning to breastfeed, I still struggled deeply with feeding back when I had my first baby. In the early weeks post partum I found breastfeeding to be beyond hard and found […]

Mama in the City Reviews It!

October 14, 2016 // Birth & Breastfeeding // No Comments

Happy Friday! I have a guest post up over on One Smiley Monkey. I put together my mama brain and my nurse brain and reviewed a Pump and Go system for all of you pumping mamas out there.

Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week in Canada: Guest Post by The Cheerio Diaries

I am just in love with this next guest post by Andria from The Cheerio Diaries. The first time I met Andria I was sitting in a robe, sipping champagne and enjoying a birthday visit at a spa downtown. She […]

Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week in Canada: Guest Post By Hillary With 2 L’s (please)

October 3, 2016 // Birth & Breastfeeding // One Comment

Through out this week we will be celebrating World Breastfeeding Week with guest posts from different bloggers. Today we have the always funny, tells it like it is, blogger Hillary from Hillary With 2 L’s (please). I’ve known Hillary for a […]

5 Things To Know About Breastfeeding In The Early Days

August 8, 2014 // Birth & Breastfeeding // 4 Comments

Over the last 9 years as a maternity RN I’ve had the privilege of meeting so many new mothers and I definitely have a few things to say about breastfeeding. Especially so in those early moments and days with your newborn. […]

Hello Doctor!

November 22, 2013 // Birth & Breastfeeding, Parenting // 3 Comments

Oh, lord! I have had the most annoying cold for over 2 weeks now and the whole nose blowing thing is getting rather old. The amount of tissues I’ve gone through is unreal. So, I sucked it up and headed […]

Breastfeeding a Toddler

August 28, 2013 // Birth & Breastfeeding // No Comments

I did it! I went away with girlfriends for 4 days and left the kids behind and we all survived. This is the first time I’ve been away from Josie overnight besides going to a night shift. Naturally I was […]

Top 5 Reasons To Breastfeed Past 12 Months

When I had my first baby my breastfeeding goal was to simply nurse him through till his first year. I knew that breast milk was the gold standard but because of my own experiences I equated weaning to be at […]

The Unofficial Anthropology of Me

March 14, 2013 // Parenting // No Comments

I’ve been a busy lady over here and I’m enjoying the new adventures that have been coming my way. The other day I had my very first night shift in over 1.5 years and while I didn’t love it per […]

Baby Led Feeding At 9 Months Old

The other week I popped into my work for something (note: I still have nearly 4 more months off work!!!) and ended up having lots of lovely hellos with friends and Josie had many baby cuddling sessions too. These coworkers […]