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Breastfeeding a Skinny Baby

I am happy to say that I made it one whole year exclusively breastfeeding my daughter, but that year certainly wasn’t without struggles. We persevered through an oversupply, mastitis (twice), nipple shields, a non-breastfeeding friendly pediatrician, acid reflux, misdiagnosed (and wrongly medicated) colic, tongue and lip ties, and slow weight gain!  Since my daughter started […]

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It’s Okay to Hate Breastfeeding

It’s Okay to Hate Breastfeeding When I was pregnant with my son, I was incredibly naïve about breastfeeding. As a pediatric nurse, I knew the benefits of breastfeeding, but I had also had enough friends have various issues to know that it wouldn’t work for everyone. I thought I was so prepared thinking I would […]

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OKC Guide to Breastfeeding Support Groups

Breastfeeding may be the most natural thing in the world, but it is definitely not the easiest for many moms! I remember when I brought my first home from the hospital, determined and confident in my ability to feed her! We faced so many obstacles, and I remember tearfully telling my husband I needed help- […]

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Bloom: An Event for New and Expecting Moms {Recap!}

On Saturday, April 30, we hosted a sold-out crowd of women at  Westminster Presbyterian Church for our first ever Bloom event! These ladies were ready to enjoy a morning full of mingling with local Oklahoma City businesses, ask questions to our panel of experts, and enjoy a light breakfast. The donuts and coffee by Dunkin Donuts were a [...]
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