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December 6th, 2012, 03:24 PM
Join Date: Dec 2012
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I am a labor and delivery nurse and just cut back my hours at both my jobs! Woohoo Way too stressful, and working as a nurse for the past four years full-time has caused me to miss so much with my little ones.

I am now a Work at home mommy! I recently started my own online shop for breastfeeding mothers. I sell breastfeeding products, but I also provide articles and resources for mothers with breastfeeding issues and struggles. I am 100% dedicated to the breastfeeding mother as I am USCD lactation certified and have several hundred hours helping breastfeeding mother.

I am trying to build success stories related to breastfeeding to encourage mothers that are experiencing real issues. I personally experienced issues with both of my children and know how devastating it can be I would LOVE to feature your breastfeeding success story on my website to help other mothers gain insight and upbuilding information to carry them through.

Please post your story with a top line that says: Little Owls Tree has Permission to publish. Then, create a title for your listing which included your specific issues (ex: latch issues, low milk supply, engorgement, etc.

Thank you so much, I would really appreciate it!
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December 10th, 2012, 05:38 AM
KimiB's Avatar Super Mommy
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 964
Great idea! It's all about the support. If you have the time, you should start a breastfeeding support group that meets once a week locally. I attend one and it has been such a comfort and support to me, plus I've had the opportunity to help those who are new and/or struggling.

Proud mama of Avery, born March 19, 2012, 6lbs 5 oz, 19 inches

Please check out my blog: http://familybirdsnest.blogspot.com
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