What if You Had a Do Over? #CleverDoOver

Mother & Son Breastfeeding Journey

I’m not one to regret much. I like to focus on moving forward. Still, there are times when I do think about things I would do differently if I had a do over. Do you have a moment you would do over if you had the chance? My Breastfeeding Journey Although I don’t regret all… (continue reading)

Momhood Monday: Breastfeeding Journey, Another Perspective

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My name is Melissa,  and I write product reviews  for my sister’s blog, More Than A Home, a blog that she has been writing for 7 years documenting the growth of her family through adoptions. Yes, that is an “s” on the end of adoption. They are currently in China picking up their 3rd daughter… (continue reading)

Our Journey from Breastfeeding to Formula, part 2

Mother & Son Breastfeeding Journey

On Monday, I started telling the story of my breastfeeding experience. If you haven’t read the first part, I would suggest you start there. So, my story continues with W turning a week old and we were in the middle of the vicious cycle of putting him to the breast, trying to use the syringe… (continue reading)

Our Journey from Breastfeeding to Formula, part 1

Breast Feeding Welcome

Yesterday’s post and the discussions in the comments prompted me to do something I’ve wanted to do for a while and that is share my breastfeeding experience. I’ve discussed nursing tanks I loved, bottles that worked for us when W was a newborn, worried about pacifiers, and even gave some formula advice that not everyone… (continue reading)

The Future of Baby Bottles? The BARE Air-Free Baby Bottle

BARE bottle comparison chart

As I’ve discussed before, we began using bottles very early on as we had to supplement with formula when W was just a few weeks old. I had registered for bottles that claimed to be as close to breastfeeding as possible. I didn’t want anything to interfere with our breastfeeding relationship. There were pros and… (continue reading)

Momhood Monday: Breastfeeding the Law?

Formula is not the enemy.

This weekend I was reading an old article from last fall about Gisele Bundchen and her opinions on breastfeeding. It really got me thinking because it made me feel some feelings I didn’t really expect to feel. Back in August 2010, after Gisele Bundchen made comments about how breastfeeding should be an international law. She… (continue reading)

The Pacifier Pickle (Things We Love)

Avent Freeflow Pacifier

Oh, the pacifier pickle. No, not a pacifier shaped like a pickle but the dilemma of whether or not to use a pacifier. I debated the issue with myself throughout my entire pregnancy and ended up registering for a few types because I felt okay with using one once we had breastfeeding established. There are… (continue reading)

Review: BabyBond Nursing Sash

Baby Bond Flex Nursing Sash

The BabyBond is a nursing accessory that allows you to breastfeed in public without having to hide your baby away from the world! Now, if you’ve read anything about my struggle with breastfeeding, you might be wondering why I am reviewing a breastfeeding accessory! Well, to be honest, this is just one of those things… (continue reading)

A to Z Challenge: N is for Nursing Tanks (Things We Love)

N is for Nursing Tanks. They saved my life after W was born and are one of the things we (or I) love and probably couldn’t do without! Before W was born, I purchased a cheap nursing bra and two nursing tanks at Target. They were affordable and I couldn’t bring myself to spend a… (continue reading)

Saving on Baby Formula

Saving on Baby Formula One thing I’d never considered during my pregnancy was baby formula. My plans for W included exclusively breastfeeding and pumping at work. No where in my mind did I think about baby formula. A box arrived on my door step from Similac with samples and coupons and I did stash it… (continue reading)


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