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As parents, birthdays make us nostalgic, maybe even a little wistful, as we meditate on how quickly our children are growing up. For some, it is a day where we relive moments of our daughter’s birth or reflect on our breastfeeding journey with our son. For others, it is a chance to gather with friends and family and celebrate the impressive milestone each birthday represents. For us, it is also a chance to honor the village who has helped us find our way as mothers. Read More...

When I was born, 36 years ago, there weren’t many options as far as newborn feeding methods. You either breastfed or you formula fed. And if you breastfed, there wasn’t much in the way of support (something my mother can attest to). The lactation profession had only just been born itself, therefore lactation consultants weren’t readily available and neither were other feeding options. Read More....

The day that MilkWorks opened its doors in 2001, some of our current clients were watching Barney, while others were kicking soccer balls on the playground or dreaming of prom. Parenting magazines (websites were still not common place) featured articles focusing on some pretty basic concerns for breastfeeding mothers: How often? How long? One side or both?
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