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P.S. As you can see, I’ve decided to embrace the toys-everywhere thing. So this decor is brought to you by Home Goods (lamp), Target (storage unit and baskets), and Fisher Price (almost everything else).
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Hello.. Thank you so much for this article/post. I gave birth to my daughter almost two years ago and all I wanted to do is breastfeed. I was in the hospital waiting for my milk to come in, all the doctors and nurses promised me that it would come in (in which in never did). I waited and waited, and after seven days nothing came in. I would pump every two hours and barely get 2oz combined every four hours. I was stressed out, and felt horrible that my body wasn’t doing what it was suppose to do. I did consultation after consultations, I even looked online and found a private lactation specialist to come over to my house. I complete stranger to make sure I wasn’t doing anything wrong. I felt guilty that I couldn’t offer what the world says is the right thing to do. I even have guilt to this day that I let my daughter pretty much starve for five days before I finally broken down and gave her a bottle of formula. She is fine, she has some slight allergies but that could be from anything. It’s nice to know that others go through the same thing. So thank you. My only wish is that the medical professionals would have told me that it was possible that my milk would never come in, and that is does happen to some people and not to feel guilty or ashamed that I have to give my daughter formula.
a few days ago on instagram you asked for real-life accounts to follow. I wanted to recommend @mamapossum (sil to @annamberto, sister of @heybenhatke) for a lot of realness and beauty too (I myself have no insta-account, therefore this comment).
Thank you so much! I appreciate your making the effort to let me know about her. I’ll check her out!