Extended breastfeeding is so different from nursing a newborn and we see it even less and have even less information about it.
There’s nothing “extended” about it! Breastfeeding until toddlerhood and beyond is the biological norm and there are endless reasons to do it.
Once you make it to 1 year breastfeeding, you have the freedom to change things up a bit like stopping pumping and creating boundaries.
Shame seems to be everywhere when it comes to breastfeeding, chestfeeding, bottle feeding or any other parenting decisions. How do we handle it and what can we do to bing more positivity to our experiences?
Breastmilk is uniquely designed for your baby and will adapt as your child grows, gets sick and even alter throughout the day to meet their specific needs.
Breastfeeding a toddler is different than breastfeeding a newborn and there is even more terrible misinformation about it’s benefits.
Have you ever heard breastfeeding advice so bad that the only thing to do with it is flush it down the toilet?
Have you been criticized for breastfeeding your child on demand? Have you been told you are creating bad habits? Did you know that breastfeeding is SO much more than food?!
Did you worry about your milk supply when your baby was newborn? Is your baby over 6 months and you STILL worry? Do you feel less full? Wake up during the night only to pump?
This week on the Badass Breastfeeding Podcast, Dianne and Abby are discussing breastfeeding boundaries. This is a topic that is very important to Abby and can really help a lot with breastfeeding. You don’t want to miss this very supportive and informational episode!