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Sweet Peas, Pods & Papas: All About Birth, B@@bs & Babies

Breastfeeding Celebration on SPB


(Alli is wearing a Kickee Pants robe and a bra by Cake Lingerie)

We are beyond excited to bring you what we hope becomes an annual tradition here at SPB.  

We tried this a couple of years ago...however my design talent is minimal and while the images were beautiful, I felt like my presentation of them fell short.

After a break last year, we were able to parter with Modern Mommy Boutique in Chandler, AZ, and Erin Rudd Photography of Gilbert, AZ.  Then we gathered up some alumni SPB mamas, and some mamas from a breastfeeding support group run by Erin, who is also a SPB alumni, and voila!  We are bringing you 31 days of breastfeeding support and encouragement for all of you that have decided that breastfeeding is the right choice for your family.

Our designer this year is Amy Latek.  She is another talented students we have among our very talented alums.  Amy is mother to three Sweet Peas, ages 4, 2, and 10 months.  We are thrilled that she is going to carve out some time to present these images the "right" way :)

Feel free to check the blog on a regular basis.  Along with the images of mamas breastfeeding Sweet Peas of all ages (from itty-bitty newborn to toddlers), we are also bringing you our popular series, "In Their Own Words", where moms share their real, gritty breastfeeding stories, instead of all the "hearts & flowers" that we imagine when we don't know anything about breastfeeding.  In addition, our friends at the Arizona Breastfeeding Center are doing guest spots with us for our Tuesday VLOG series, "Q&A with SPB".  If you have a burning question about breastfeeding and "Making It Work", please leave a comment here, or you can email me so we can ask the knowledgable IBCLCs on camera and post it up to our YouTube channel.  My email address is krystyna{at}sweetpeabirths{dot}com.

This week, as much as we can, we are going to focus around the theme of making breastfeeding work for mothers who work outside of the home since that is the theme of World Breastfeeding Week.  If you have any questions about that, please check back on the blog on Monday, when we share ideas from several of our SPB alums who have gone back to work outside of the home and kept the breastfeeding relationship going, many of them at least to the one-year birthday.


I look forward to hearing from you!  I hope that you find the encouragement, support and inspiration you need to make breastfeeding work for your family.


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Estamos emocionados de traer lo que esperamos se convertirá en una tradición anual aquí en SPB.
 
Probamos de hacer esto hace un par de años ... sin embargo mi talento para el diseño es mínimo y mientras que las imágenes eran hermosas, me sentí que mi presentación de ellos fallo.
 
Después de una pausa el año pasado, nos hemos asociado con Modern Mommy Boutique en Chandler, AZ, y con Erin Rudd Photography de Gilbert, Arizona. Luego reunimos algunos alumnos de SPB, y algunas madres de un grupo de apoyo de la lactancia materna a cargo de Erin, quien es también una SPB alumno, y ¡voilá! Te traemos los 31 días de apoyo a la lactancia y estímulo para todos ustedes que han decidido que la lactancia materna es la mejor opción para su familia.
 
Nuestra diseñadora este año es Amy Latek. Ella es otra de los estudiantes talentosos que tenemos entre nuestros alumnos con mucho talento. Amy es madre de tres "Sweet Peas", edades 4 años, 2 años y 10 meses. Estamos encantados de que ella va a compartir de su tiempo para presentar estas imágenes de la manera "correcta" :)
 
Siéntase libre de visitar el blog regularmente. Junto con las imágenes de mamás que amamantan Sweet Peas de todas las edades (desde recién nacidos hasta niños pequeños), también estamos ofreciendo nuestra serie popular, "En sus propias palabras", donde las madres comparten sus historias de lactancia reales, en lugar de todos los "corazones y flores" que imaginamos cuando no sabemos nada acerca de la lactancia materna. Además, nuestros amigos del Centro de Lactancia de Arizona aparecerán con nosotros durante nuestra serie VLOG que ofrecemos los martes, "Q & A con SPB". Si usted tiene una pregunta ardiente sobre la lactancia materna y "Logremos que sea posible", por favor deje un comentario aquí, o la pueden enviar por correo electrónico para que podamos preguntarles a las IBCLCs expertas en la cámara.  Los vidéos estarán en nuestro canal de YouTube. Mi dirección de correo electrónico es krystyna{en}sweetpeabirths{punto}com.
 
Esta semana, tanto como sea posible, nos vamos a enfocar al tema "Logremos que sea posible" para las madres que trabajan fuera del hogar, ya que es el tema de la Semana Mundial de Lactancia Materna. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta sobre esto, por favor revise de nuevo el blog el martes, cuando compartimos las ideas de varios de nuestros alumnos del SPB que han vuelto a trabajar fuera de la casa y mantienen la relación de lactancia en marcha, muchos de ellos, al menos, hasta el primer cumpleaños.
 
Espero escuchar de usted! Y también espero que usted encuentre el aliento, apoyo e inspiración que necesita para lograr el trabajo de lactancia para su familia.
 

 



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