[Hahahaha. I'm chuckling over my title. Heheheh...]
Just a quick post tonight - wanted to pass on two links to a set of blog posts I found interesting!
I've been interested in breastfeeding rights, promotion, cultural acceptance, etc. (A REAL SHOCKER, I KNOW), long before I actually started breastfeeding (I blame it on my Mom - thanks Mom!) I'm very interested in helping to promote breastfeeding without being divisive or judgmental; without blame or guilt and WITH compassion, support and understanding.
So, as a "breastfeeding advocate", these two posts piqued my interest.
Top 10 Things Breastfeeding Advocates SHOULD Say
Top 10 Things Breastfeeding Advocates should STOP saying
I think the author does a great job capturing the positive, supportive spirit that we should offer women - ANY woman - who may want to breastfeed, those who aren't sure if they can/want to, those who want more information about breastfeeding, and even for those women who don't end up breastfeeding (whether it be by choice or whether they are physically unable to do so).
Take a look!