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This week The Cloth Diaper Whisperer is giving away 1 Tin of Birds and Bees Our Lady of La Leche Tea

 

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14 comments:

  1. Barbara said...

    Breastfeeding for me was all positive. No problems except for pumping. A big plus was not having to prepare bottles or formula for the nighttime feedings!

  2. Jenni Sewell said...

    I’ve been seeing this tea a lot on Facebook lately. I definitely need to try it out!

  3. Jenni Sewell said...

    I’ve been nursing for nearly 2.5 years and it’s been so great! We had some troubles in the beginning but were able to overcome them. The benefits of breastfeeding are far too great to give up so quickly.

  4. Kristine said...

    I’ve never tried a lactation tea, but have always been curious about them and if they work.

  5. Judy said...

    I loved the bonding time I got to experience with my daughter and now my son

  6. Courtney said...

    Interested to see how this tea and others can help increase my supply with my second son.

  7. Tamber Couch said...

    Would absolutely love to win to keep my supply up

  8. Amy Hall said...

    Keep going-the tough part doesn’t usually last forever

  9. Erica P. said...

    I breastfed my daughter for two and a half years and loved it! (Although by the end I was ready to be done.) It was simply so much more practical than bottle feeding (although my daughter got her share of bottles too!)

  10. Leigh Kitchens said...

    My daughter would love to try this tea to help boost her supply. Pumping is a struggle for so many working moms.

  11. darbi said...

    Great ya. Can really help when you think your not producing.

  12. Alanna B said...

    I had really struggled with breastfeeding my first two children. Honestly, I do not think that I had ever got my babies to latch right. I pumped and fed them as long as my supply seemed to allow it. I think I made it 9 months with each of them and supplemented with formula until 9 months. With child number three, I was lucky to have found the most supportive natural parenting group, because I really did not have any emotional support (breastfeeding is hard work!) from other friends or family around me. My little one and I are approaching 18 months!

  13. Angela Ingles said...

    I love the bond breastfeeding has given us and I love the extra immunity my body gives her.

  14. Kathryn Zansler said...

    This will be my first child, and I plan on breastfeeding if I’m able. Not only is it less expensive, it also seems to be the most nutritious option for the child.

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