Birth

Reflection on the Book Bringing Up Bebe, and Why it Might Be Bad for Breastfeeding Mamas and Your Auric Bubble

I’m reading the book, Bringing Up Bebe.  I like it. It’s about an American woman who moves to France to live with her British husband and has a baby over there. She’s sharing about French parenting. I’m triggered after about ten minutes of reading. Apparently, French babies sleep through the night at around 3 months.…

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The Problem with Normal and What it Really Takes to Be There for Someone and Offer Love

I’ve been going through the hardest time in my life. With little Sophia, discovering that she wasn’t gaining “enough” weight, which really meant that she was 10th%ile, which is actually on the curve, so within the realm of “normal” but she wasn’t as heavy as “normal.” Turns out, that curve was designed for formula-fed babies…

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