Successful Breastfeeding Blog
Evidence based advice, support, and education for modern families.
3/21/2019 0 Comments
Those first weeks of breastfeeding are the hardest. 100%. The first weeks of breastfeeding twins? That's a whole other journey in itself. Thankfully I connected with Julie who shared with me her best advice and resources for breastfeeding twins. You won't want to miss what she has to say!
Until recently, we did not have many resources for twin moms, and thanks to Julie Gordon (badass twin breastfeeding, tandem baby wearing, BREECH twin natural birthing, magical unicorn mama). Seriously, you have to listen to the podcast below to hear her incredible story! We now have a whole lot of resources and an expanded love for twin breastfeeding moms.
Scroll below to not only hear her story, receive her advice, but also check out the resources she has to share!
"I asked my husband what the most surprising thing about having a baby has been for him, or the thing he didn't expect. He said sleep, hands down. Everyone said he'd be sleep deprived and miserable with a new baby and he's not."
Today I had the opportunity to interview Celeste Kraft, an experienced breastfeeding momma of four, and now grandma who supports her own daughter-in-love, as she calls her. Celeste shares with me her own unexpected breastfeeding journey, how her journey has influenced the support she offers her daughter, and shares her best piece of advice she has for new breastfeeding moms. And WOW what she had to say was so powerful. Her words of wisdom gave me chills! Click below to take a listen to the interview, and hear what she has to say. Be sure to check out the pictures she shared with us as well!
“Say goodbye to sleep!” I can’t remember how many times I heard this while pregnant with my second baby after a 10 year gap between pregnancies. It was super annoying. Every baby was different, but I also knew a few tricks that had worked really well with my first baby, and I was looking forward to trying them again to see if they worked.
We’re 4 weeks into our breastfeeding journey, and my son is a VERY different human from my daughter. She was more laid back. He’s particular. I checked her diaper constantly because she couldn’t care less what went on in there. I hear from him if 5 minutes pass and he hasn’t been changed. Temperature didn’t bother her. If he’s even slightly chilly, the entire house knows about it.
But the sleep tricks that worked the first time still worked this time, you can use them too!
Kelly Maher, CLC, CLE
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