Speaking on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Kim Kardashian has shared a genius breastfeeding hack for coping with sibling rivalry.
While not everyone can or wants to nurse their newborn, for many mums breastfeeding their baby can be one of the most memorable moments of motherhood. From subtle, delicate inkings, to colourful scenes that span across entire bodyparts, the hashtag #breastfeedingtattoo on Instagram is awash with breastfeeding ink from women keen to symbolise the time they spent nursing their babies.
Sharing the image to her own Instagram, the daughter of Formula 1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone, offered praise to the photographer for capturing the touching image. “Thank you @ivetteivens for capturing this beautiful moment this is by far my favourite photograph but mainly thank you for spreading this message,” she wrote. Thank you @ivetteivens for capturing this beautiful moment this is by far my favourite photograph but mainly thank you for spreading this message.
A mum is hoping to press charges after a childcare worker was allegedly caught on video breastfeeding her son without permission. The mum from North Carolina claims to have recorded the video from security footage inside her three-month-old son’s nursery. According to ABC7 the clip shows the worker adjusting her top before bringing the child to her chest to breastfeed him.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield say they have identified the molecular switch that causes women’s breasts to stop producing milk when they stop breastfeeding. It is hoped that the new research could provide vital insights into the development of breast cancer.
Just when you thought we might be done with all the mum-shaming, another mother is verbally attacked for breastfeeding her son in a shopping centre. This was the exact dilemma mum-of-two, Kate Louise from Victoria, Australia found herself in earlier this week.
Yep, the most unusual story of the day award goes to Jennifer Mulford who according to The Sun has decided to quit her job so she can breastfeed her boyfriend, bodybuilder Brad Leeson, full time. The 36-year-old from Atlanta first came across a website about ‘Adult Breastfeeding Relationships’ (ABR) when she was single.
Not knowing how much milk your baby is getting is one of the biggest challenges to breastfeeding [Photo: mymomsense.com]