Woke up before dawn and took am hour in my hotel shower to hand express milk because I am out of town on business with only a mannual hand pump and woke up with what look like a bad boob job. And now I must sit through hours of meeting with no break to pump. #workingmom #breastfeeding   (Taken with instagram)

Woke up before dawn and took am hour in my hotel shower to hand express milk because I am out of town on business with only a mannual hand pump and woke up with what look like a bad boob job. And now I must sit through hours of meeting with no break to pump. #workingmom #breastfeeding (Taken with instagram)

(via Boob vs Food)
(via Quick and Dirty)
(via Low Breastmilk and Underweight Toddler Cookies)
"We are all made stronger when a woman can breastfeed, in public, as a member of her community, while getting shit done.”
That is why I do it, I hate the fact that I have to hide and be embarrassed because I just so happen to be at church, at my husband’s relative’s house or at a bookstore and my baby’s hungry.
sexismandthecity:carlovely:


Here’s a “Roller Derby girl breastfeeding” pic, and it’s an amazing picture. I know I’m a straight white guy and thus, by default, haven’t a clue, but the author of the blog post I found it on (click here if ya want to read more) says it way better than I ever could: 

The feminist campaign to allow women the full freedom to breastfeed is about all of us. It is not really about the choices of individual mothers and their babies. It is about women being considered as important..  as fucking normal as men. We are all made stronger when a woman can breastfeed, in public, as a member of her community, while getting shit done.  Because when that happens it says that women belong, it says that women’s bodies belong, it says that women are here.

"We are all made stronger when a woman can breastfeed, in public, as a member of her community, while getting shit done.”

That is why I do it, I hate the fact that I have to hide and be embarrassed because I just so happen to be at church, at my husband’s relative’s house or at a bookstore and my baby’s hungry.

sexismandthecity:carlovely:

Here’s a “Roller Derby girl breastfeeding” pic, and it’s an amazing picture. I know I’m a straight white guy and thus, by default, haven’t a clue, but the author of the blog post I found it on (click here if ya want to read more) says it way better than I ever could: 

The feminist campaign to allow women the full freedom to breastfeed is about all of us. It is not really about the choices of individual mothers and their babies. It is about women being considered as important..  as fucking normal as men. We are all made stronger when a woman can breastfeed, in public, as a member of her community, while getting shit done.  Because when that happens it says that women belong, it says that women’s bodies belong, it says that women are here.

(via raysymone)

Waiting for his meal, I find it amazing that he is already in size 2 pampers at 2 months old!

Waiting for his meal, I find it amazing that he is already in size 2 pampers at 2 months old!

His First Diaper Blow Out!
First night home, breastmilk coma.

First night home, breastmilk coma.