Breastfeeding month is coming to a close. I hope you’ve enjoyed the multitude of resources I’ve shared over the past few weeks. To wrap up the series, today I will share links to resources of a different sort. These links are just
I hope you are not tired of breastfeeding yet, because there are even more great resources to share with you today.
How timely, Lamaze is doing a webinar next week on low milk supply. I just had to pause and let you know about it. Lamaze members can attend for free. It is $20 if you are not a Lamaze member. Webinar: Low Milk
Lactation activism is any activity that promotes, protects and supports breastfeeding and human lactation. In some circles, the term is shortened to lactivism. Do you describe yourself as a lactivist? My answer is no. I try not to use language that is
This past week we’ve been talking about international initiatives for breastfeeding, and I wanted to be sure I shared some information about the first one, the International Code of Marketing Breast-milk Substitutes published in 1981. By its very existence, this document demonstrates the
I’d like to introduce you to the Innocenti Declaration. The full name of this document is the Innocenti Declaration on the Protection, Promotion and Support of Breastfeeding, and it was jointly released by the World Health Organization and UNICEF in 1990. It
I’ve seen bits and pieces of the Full 40 Campaign, but took the time to dig out all the materials after attending the AWHONN Conference last week. As usual, there are some things I like, and some I wonder about. What do