Breastfeeding Stories 01: From tongue tied to easy-peasy

The Birthful Podcast: Breastfeeding Stories #1

Birth stories are shared relatively often. Breastfeeding stories less so. Maybe because they unfold in a matter of weeks and months, instead of hours and days. Maybe because they are ongoing. Ever changing. Sometimes difficult, and frustrating, as well as pleasurable and rewarding. Needless to say, you never quite know how it’s going to go until you’re in it.

But to normalize breastfeeding, we need to hear more of what it entails, and to look at its variations. Today, we are going to switch it up to do just that. Sherri Romig -mother of two- is here to share how she breastfeed her kids in very different ways.

To listen here, click the play button on the player above, or click the button below to listen in iTunes.

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