I am a fan of indiscreet breastfeeding; the more people see babies at the breast, the more normal it will become - Jack Newman


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What's Wrong With Celebrating Breastfeeding?

I am a proud breastfeeder. I had it really hard in the beginning -- my son wouldn't latch and ended up in the NICU, I had to pump (which I hated) before I successfully got him back to the breast, we dealt with a dairy allergy that put me at odds with my pro-formula pediatrician -- so I feel like I'm entitled to be proud. I went through a lot, and now, at 14 months, we are still going strong.

I don't say that to be smug. I don't say that because I think I'm better than anyone else who does not breastfeed. I know that breastfeeding is hard. If it's not your thing, or it's too difficult and focusing on other things would better allow you to enjoy motherhood, I get it. It's not up to…

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