“Thank you so much for all your advice” is something I hear quite often. Some times I comment on the remark to correct them and some times I leave it. Why is this a sticking point? There is a difference.
A very well put together book that touches on needed and major issues and hopefully, positively changes and directs our young women’s mindsets for a future we would like to see blossom. So many times, in my adult life I have had realisations that are within this book. Well done Emma, thank you for putting in such hard work to produce a book that will be a great resource for young females going through some of the biggest changes in their life and allow them to think deeply about some of the greatest difficulty’s women face in their lifetimes.
I’ve noticed a trend within my work as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. I often look over to my bag and wish that there’s a magic wand in there. I’m contacted by families when they want help and often
A disappointment for those in the breastfeeding community. A disappointment for mothers and families in the country. A well written report that focuses on key points but devastatingly missed out breastfeeding.
I think about breastfeeding every day, its my job to. I try and view it from as many angles as possible to gain a deep understanding of breastfeeding for as many different people as possible. I realise there’s this picture
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