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Words of Encouragement from Other Breastfeeding Mothers

March 23, 2018

Words of Encouragement from Other Breastfeeding Mothers

It takes a village. Even in an online community, we can still be a support system.

Whether you are a mother who might be struggling with breastfeeding a new baby, or a mother who is juggling a tricky pumping schedule, or a mother who simply needs a reminder of why all the hard work is worth it -- read some words of encouragement from fellow Milkful Mommas

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“Just keep in mind that it will get easier every day and you will soon forget those hard days. -Jelena

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“It’s been a cycle of ups and downs... emotions, supply, energy, demands.... one thing is the same... YOU! You are a mom and no one can take that from you!” -Lori

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“It's a bond only me and my baby share and it's keeps us connected which I love.” -Kayla

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“Just remember that whatever you choose, it is the right choice for you. Enjoy the journey.” -Jessica

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“Always follow baby’s needs! You can never feed a baby too often... you can, however, feed them too little. -Madison

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“This is for the mothers who either couldn't or chose to quit breastfeeding before they initially planned to... it is okay.” -Cromwell

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“Not only are you bonding with your little one, you get to save a ton of money in the process. -Michelle

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“Remember both you & your baby are learning this whole breastfeeding thing and it takes time, but it is so worth it. -Jessica

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

“It is the foundation of building trust and giving a sense of security to your child. PLUS it's the best thing you can do for their health. My almost 3 year old was breast feed until 2 and never gets sick, she has a super immune system!” -Isabella

 

Words of Encouragement for Breastfeeding Mothers

 

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Emma Gedge
Emma Gedge

July 26, 2018

Such informative and encouraging words mentioned in this post. It is really helpful to get good ideas that will help every breastfeeding mothers who need some advice and support. Thank you for sharing this wonderful article.

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