Since I started this blog, I have always been open about my feelings about breastfeeding but I don’t remember mentioning why I breastfeed or why I kept at it. I think it’s because I started the blog more than a year since I started breastfeeding. I believe I mentioned how breastfeeding got to me from
Manila, 4th August, 2011 – During World Breastfeeding Week, UNICEF joins global partners in calling for the benefits of breastfeeding to be broadcast beyond clinics and delivery rooms to the public at large, ensuring that young people both in the developing world and in wealthier countries understand the importance of breastfeeding long before they become
It’s World Breastfeeding Week! There are plenty of activities and events in store for Mamas the whole month of August. Just check-out these ideas I got from Dainty Mom. In fact, I’ll be joining the World’s Biggest Breastfeeding Twitter Party (#BigBFParty) in a few hours. I have been so excited that I thought it was
UPDATE 8/25: Giveaway is closed. The winner will be announced in the weekend. My very first nursing in public (NIP) experience was in a mall. Where else(?). As a new Mama and first time NIP my first born son, it was awkward. It’s like the first day of school. I felt nervous, conscious and uncomfortable.
Welcome to the Milk Mama Diaries Carnival (July). For this month, we join the National Nutrition Council – Department of Health in celebrating Nutrition Month with the theme ”Isulong ang Breastfeeding – Tama, Sapat at EKsklusibo!” Participants will share their experiences in promoting breastfeeding or their tips on how breastfeeding should be promoted. Please scroll