The Dairy Fairy’s Magical Giveaway

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Some of us know we are destined to be mothers, and from a young age Emily Ironi knew she wanted a family.  So when she turned 40 and was still single, Emily realized that she had to take matters into her own hands.  With the help of IVF and donor sperm she became a lucky mother to an adorable girl named Arden.  Emily vowed that she would never complain, be the best mother she could be and try to support other breastfeeding mothers.

Not long after the arrival of Arden, Emily gave birth to her second “baby”, The Dairy Fairy.  A company with a goal to beautifully help mothers provide breast milk to their babes.  According to Emily, the Leaky Boob was a great source of support during her breastfeeding journey and so it only seems natural to share the nursing and pumping bra that she developed – the “Arden” bra – with fellow Leakies.  The Arden was created  so that nursing mothers could more easily multitask, efficiently and beautifully.  

ImageTLB:  What inspired you to start The Dairy Fairy?

Emily:  My daughter Arden, of course.  She has been the inspiration for everything I do.   She waltzed into my life on February 10, 2012.  At the time, I owned a luxury handbag business and was working from home.  I quickly realized that it took serious juggling between the unfortunate daily pumping, keeping my biz running, and my daughter happily nourished.  And I was stunned by the options for moms who wanted  or needed  to pump AND nurse.  I was spending at least an hour a day changing in and out of nursing and pumping bras.  This was time I just didn’t have to spare.  And I thought that there had to be some solution that was more flattering to a woman whose body had just gone through some major changes.  After some research, I realized that I just had to solve this problem and The Dairy Fairy was born, 6 months after Arden.

BW Black frontTLB:  What would you like TLB readers to know about your nursing bra?

Emily:  If there’s one takeaway about the Arden nursing bra, it’s that it multitasks as much as moms do.  It can be a nursing bra, and it’s also a hands-free pumping bra.  On top of that, it’s adjustable.  Each side can be closed on one of the 5 links, which gives you the ability to tighten or loosen the fit based on your fullness level.  When I pumped 4-6oz from my breast, I could literally feel the empty space in my nursing bra.  Or, when I was engorged, I felt like I was busting out of the top.  And since each side is independent, it’s also perfect for moms like me, with disproportionately sized breasts (my leftie was a C, and the righty was a B).  So I wanted to create a perfect fit for all moms, regardless of the size and shape of their breasts (the Arden is sized XS-XL and covers 32A all the way to a 42G).

And because each side can be used independently, you can even nurse on one side and pump on the other, which helps with simultaneous feeding and stockpiling.

But the biggest task that the Arden fulfills is that it’s beautiful.  It IS the kind of bra you want to wear all day.  It’s flattering and comfortable and doesn’t make you feel like it’s a hospital mammary contraption.  My body was never going to be the same, but that didn’t mean I had to stop feeling and looking attractive.

BW Blush pumpingTLB:  What is the inspiration behind your name?

Emily:  It took a lot of brainstorming to end up with The Dairy Fairy.  I wanted something memorable, catchy, and a bit tongue in cheek.  It’s not meant to be literal, Fairies don’t really exist! (or do they?).

At the end of the day, it had to fit me, and my humor and sensibilities.

TLB:  What is your favorite breastfeeding or pumping  tip?

Emily:  When Arden would get a little fussy, or didn’t want to latch, it was always  helpful to put a little milk on my nipple… it definitely woke up her appetite.  I also sang a little ‘breastfeeding song’ that I made up, that basically went “milky milky milky, milky milky milky” (to the tune of itsy bitsy spider).  So when I started to sing the song, she knew it was feeding time, and now that she’s a toddler I still give her that as a cue that it’s time for some milk.

I tried to nurse on demand as much as possible, but when I had to pump, I found it very useful to carry sample or travel size bottles of dishwashing liquid so I could clean my flanges on the spot, rather than carry dirty equipment around.

BW Blush sideThe Dairy Fairy is sprinkling its fairy dust with a giveaway for mom AND baby!  Enter for your chance to win one of the following prizes (3 winners total, one per prize):

  1. An “I’m a breastfed baby” bib.  Retail Value: $10.00bib
  2. An “I’m a breastfed baby” bodysuit  Retail Value: $12.00Onesie
  3. An Arden all in one nursing and pumping bra Retail Value: $68.00BW Nude  3 image

Currently Leakies can find these items at The Dairy Fairy website.

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Good luck to everyone!  Please use the widget below to be entered.  The giveaway is open from November 5th, 2013 –  through November 11th, 2013.  A big thanks to Emily and The Dairy Fairy for their ongoing support of TLB and all breastfeeding women; please be sure to visit www.TheDairyFairy.com or follow them on Facebook or Pinterest and thank them for their support of TLB and this giveaway opportunity.

This giveaway open to US and Canadian residents only.

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  1. My children have inspired me to enjoy all the little moments.

  2. My kiddo inspired me to make more of my homecare products, like my own cleaning solution, cloth diaper wipe solution, face wash, shampoo, etc.

  3. I have yet to meet my child but already I have tried to eat healthier and be more arware of my world just while trying for her or him.

  4. Seeing my kids’ creativity inspires me to be more creative, too. They are so brave and willing to try new things. Lately I’ve been trying to sew more.

  5. My son has inspired me to take the time to enjoy each moment.

  6. My daughter Quinn, has inspired me to follow my dreams and become a LLL leader. I am so passionate about breastfeeding, that I’d also love to become a lactation consultant once I finish nursing school. It’s amazing what one tiny human can inspire you to do.

  7. I really want to try this

  8. My baby has inspired me to have a ton more patience. Also, I am a lot more efficient at everything I do, and I think I have become more loving.

  9. What a great concept!

  10. Ashley B. says:

    I am amazed by how much this tiny adorable baby has inspired to take care of my self and continually search and seek things above me. I am so excited for when we have meaningful and deep conversations. She inspires to me to love the little things! My darling Camdyn, I will always love you.

  11. Mine has inspired me to make some career changes. I’m making choices that allow me to spend more time with her without worrying about deadlines.

  12. My children have inspired me to follow my dreams.

  13. Laurie Snow says:

    My children inspire me every day to be a better person. To try to think of my actions a little bit more before they occur and to slow down my reactions and think about them first before I hurt someone’s feelings unnecessarily.

  14. rosie krattli says:

    My children inspire me to be a better person, as I try to be a good role model for them.

  15. My children, specifically their births, have inspired me to become a doula. I’d love to specialize in high-risk deliveries, or families whose babies will be facing NICU/surgery; having been through that myself I understand how much support a woman needs when facing all of that.

  16. My baby had inspired me to slow down, it had been wonderful!

  17. Stephanie Wilkes says:

    Loved to hear your story and I am gonna try singing the song. My DD gets distracted so easily!

  18. Sierra eskra says:

    My kids inspire me to do everything I do. I’m a sahm and my life revolves around my children!

  19. Although my boys have not inspired me to open a business, they have inspired me to be a better person.

  20. My daughter is almost 3 and she’s taught me so much! Take my time and enjoy life, notice the little things, stop and smell the flowers, find joy in every possible place, always look on the bright side, smile as much as possible. She is such a light in our lives 🙂

  21. My son inspires me every day to see things a little differently and be sure to make time to be silly.

  22. My son inspires me every day to just sit and enjoy the moments. 🙂 Also side note I have one of these bras and it is AMAZING. I love the Dairy Fairy and all she does ;).

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  24. Jenny Travis says:

    My son inspires me to simply be the best I can be. Having a little person count on you definitely changes the priorities!

  25. My daughter has inspired me in many ways.. To be more creative and developing a love for photography

  26. christine k says:

    My children have inspired me to live a healthier lifestyle

  27. I would love to win these prizes! But I don’t seem to see the widget for the giveaway…

  28. Lauren Simms says:

    My kids have inspired me by humbling me and teaching me to take it all down to their level and simplify.

  29. My kids have inspired me to be a calmer, more loving person.

  30. Anne Perry says:

    My children inspire me to make non gmo choices regarding our snacks and meals.

  31. stephanie l says:

    My children inspire me to be a better person everyday!

  32. Rachel Kate says:

    My little muffin has inspired me to pursue a career in writing. When she grows up, I want her to remember how hard I worked, not just to make a living for us, but to express myself and tell my own story.

  33. Leah Bowen says:

    My children have inspired me to sew clothes for them! My 11 year old not so much, he is too cool for that haha but mt 2 year old loves what I sew for her! 🙂

  34. Jessica Hoover says:

    My daughter inspires me to look at the world in a new way everyday! At 2 yrs old she’s still nursing string and this mama could definitely use a new bra!

  35. My little one inspires me every day to do everything I can to make sure he has everything he needs and is cared for in the best way possible. He inspired me to stick with bfing when it got difficult and would have been so much easier to just give up.

  36. My baby inspired me to open up my heart even more than I thought was imaginable.

  37. I love that the nursing bra is also a pumping bra!

  38. My children inspire me to be a better, kinder person daily. 🙂

  39. Such a great giveaway! My girls have inspired me to become a postpartum doula!

  40. My daughter has inspired me to cook healthier. I want her to have a healthy view of her body and of food. LOVE your bra idea!!

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    My children have inspired me to a better person. I try hard to have more patience, more understanding, more love, etc. Plus, I view the world differently now too.

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  43. I’ve had all three of my sons since starting acupuncture school. They’ve inspired me to focus my future practice on wellness for the whole family, including prenatal care and pediatrics.

  44. My son inspires me everyday with his courage, and the way he learns to do new things- like speak.

    He was my starting point for going into doula work. Because of him I want to support women and their families in the postpartum period.

  45. After losing our first child, I’ve been inspired to not take any moment for granted, to enjoy life and savour the little things.

  46. Michele R. says:

    Oh my goodness yes! My first son Maddox is the sole reason I decided to go back to school and pursue my education.

  47. Irene Sommerfeld says:

    Not sure if this is where I do this, but my son has inspired me to seek after a more natural lifestyle for both his sake and mine. 🙂

  48. Ashley C. says:

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  50. Andrea mcmonagle says:

    To be more appreciative and to take my judgey hat off =)

  51. Christine Bailey says:

    She has inspired me to be more relaxed and not so rigid! To just take things as they come, and try not to worry so much!

  52. My son has inspired me with my business name. I am a doula in training and I wanted a business name that actually meant something and not just sounded good. I thought about my birth with my son and all those after hours, including our first time breastfeeding. It brought tears to my eyes and the words that came to my head about all those special moments was that they were breathtaking! So my business name is Breathtaking Moments Birth Services. I thank my son everyday!

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  55. My children have inspired me to find what I want to do as my career. I want to (eventually) become a lactation consultant so I can help other women enjoy the wonderful nursing experience as I have (and overcome the challenges that I did at first!).

  56. My kids inspired me to change the way I create.

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  58. My little one inspires me to SLOW DOWN and just enjoy life – like looking at the trees as you go by and watching the light play on the floor. She helps me get off my phone and be PRESENT.

  59. Sarah Stroh Thornton says:

    When I was pregnant, My husband wanted to name his son Beach. For two reasons–we met on the beach and he is a surfer. Every day our son inspires me to be a more patient person. Wonder what will happen when the sequel comes.

  60. My child has inspired me to really live in the moment. I have realized just how quickly time flies and I don’t want to miss a single second!

  61. sharletan says:

    My children have made me focus on the little things

  62. Leslie M. says:

    My 9 year old and newborn inspire me to make healthy responsible choices, and to also be as successful as I possibly can to lead as an example for them.

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  64. My daughter inspires me to be more interactive, versus vegetative in my spare time.

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  73. Amy Kat Cooper says:

    My son has inspired me to stop and enjoy life, to be less harried and composed. He enjoys the simplest things – sunshine on his face, rubbing his toes against a soft blanket, squishing food between his fingers. Each day is made for exploring, now.

  74. My daughter has taught me patience, love and a confidence that I can handle anything (even with the littlest sleep!)

  75. Kezia Fitzgerald says:

    My daughter has inspired me to help others in ways I never believed were possible. My son has inspired me to believe in hope again.

  76. Stephanie says:

    My children have inspired me to be the best I can for them!!

  77. My baby makes me realize the wonderful value of each passing minute!

  78. He inspires me to be my best for him

  79. My girls inspire me to stop and cherish the small things 🙂

  80. My daughter has inspired me to be more creative.

  81. Nikole L. says:

    I’ve known that I wanted to be a mother since I was a little girl. I remember going a project in grade school and putting the imagine of a breastfeeding mother on it. My kids have helped me to figure out my life. Without my son I never would’ve realized the passion I have for pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding. Everyday they inspire me to work harder, to keep moving forward and to stay positive. I am whole because of them.

  82. My daughter has inspired me to relax and live in every moment and to Love unconditionally.

  83. Cheryl Dueck says:

    My two daughters have inspired me to parent differently than I was parented. I am embracing a peaceful parenting philosophy and seeing them as the budding individuals they already are. It’s not always easy, but it’s SO rewarding.

  84. My daughter has inspired me to be a better person, a healthier me. So I can be here for a long time for her.

  85. My DD has inspired me to be thankful for the little things, not to worry so much and to just be.

  86. My children have inspired me to see the beauty in all things and to guide not only my own children, but to coach others as well.

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  88. Laura Reyes says:

    This is my first time hearing about this bra! I’m not quite sure how it works, but it sounds wonderful!

  89. Ashley Jean Schermer Pettit says:

    I am in desperate need of a good nursing bra. The Arden looks amazing!

  90. My daughters inspire me to see the beauty in everyday life!

  91. Janice Miller says:

    They have inspired me to enjoy the little things in life 🙂

  92. Amanda Esmond says:

    My little man has inspired me to enjoy the little things in life : )

  93. I have not met my little ones as of yet, but have been inspired to take better care of myself so as to be there for them.

  94. Emily Fell says:

    My 3 year old daughter has autism, she has taught me to be myself. But she’s also taught me to be patient, calm and the best mom I can be.

  95. Kellie Brown says:

    The pumping bra would come in handy in 9 weeks when I have #2 and am chasing my 21 month old! 🙂

  96. My son has inspired me to be a more relaxed person who lives in the moment and appreciates the small beautiful moments.

  97. My daughter has inspired me to be the best mom i can be, and to nourish her the best way i possibly can by Breastfeeding and to help encourage other moms who didn’t think it was possible to breastfeed their babies for long to breastfeed successfully.

  98. OMG I want one! That is so going on my wishlist for the next one!

  99. Jean Culpeper says:

    My son has inspired me to relax, learn patience and really enjoy the simple things. He has also inspired me to embrace spit-up as a new favorite accessory ;/)

  100. My baby has inspired me to eat as nutritiously as possible so that I can give her the best fuel I can for her to grow up strong and healthy!

  101. Ashley Taylor says:

    I am inspired by my children to push through tough times cause good things are always around the corner.

  102. Melissa Hart says:

    My kids have inspired me to live with purpose and awareness.

  103. My kids have inspired me to work on myself and try to be the best version of me.

  104. I had the hardest time finding a good nursing bra with my first child and I have almost given up this time around. Maybe this bra can change my mind.

  105. Kristen Patterson says:

    They are teaching me patience & joy in the little things 🙂

  106. I hate the bra changing at work! I would love one of these beauties!

  107. My 6 week old daughter has challenged me to be a better person, so I can be a great role model for her.

  108. Rhyannon Walker says:

    That looks like the world’s cutest and comfiest nursing bra.

  109. Misty Ferreira says:

    My children inspire me to live each day to the fullest and to by e the best mommy i can be.

  110. Love this! Wish I would have found thus bra when I was first nursing my now 16 month old! I’m due again in February and this will be perfect!!

  111. my little ones have made me take a second look at what matters and get back to creating. this time for them. not me.

  112. My children have inspired me to love myself.

  113. Amanda Cain says:

    this would be amazing! my boobs are a different size everyday it seems!

  114. My son is only 4 months old and already he inspires me to slow down and savour the moment.

  115. My LO inspired me to be thankful of the times she DOES sleep, or IS well behaved. 😉

  116. Brittany Pier says:

    Both of my kids have inspired me to stand up for what I believe in.

  117. My daughter is proof that miracles do happen and that if you want something, fight for it!

  118. Rachel Smith says:

    My children inspire me to be socially conscious, to invest in what I love, and to learn.

  119. Amber Evans says:

    This looks so cool. Would love to win

  120. My children inspired me to care for myself so i may be the best mother i could be for them. I educated myself about food, spirituality, & How to let the little things go.

  121. They inspire me to have simpler faith and to appreciate the seemingly little things.

  122. I’m expecting my first biological child, my husband and I would never have been able to conceive without the help of modern medicine. I admire your determination to become a mother through IVF. It is amazing to be able to have options like that when you know how badly you want a child.

  123. My children inspire me to be grateful for even the smallest of things on a day to day basis, like the changing colors of the leaves or a beautiful sky!

  124. Danielle Doyle says:

    This looks like such a great product. I nurse when home and pump at work so a product that performs double duty and is comfortable is awesome. Would love to win this!

  125. I would love to use this with my son, I’m due in a week! My older son inspires me to be a better with patience and to learn through him. I think having children can help you to grow into a better person if you are open to it. I hope I am more brave about BF in public this time, it’s something I really struggled with with #1.

  126. Nacole Hartley says:

    This is my first child to bf and I’m glad I was able to survive the first few weeks!

  127. Mine inspired me to go back to school and challenge myself so that I can be the best person possible.

  128. My son inspires me to do my best in school. I want to be a better person for him.

  129. My kids have inspired me to be a better person and care more for the planet they will inherit.

  130. My son (2 1/2yo) inspires me every day to slow down and just see life. He is so interested in everything, wanting to know what it is and why things are the way they are. I am always rushing to get things done, so when he stops to look at something, it can drive me crazy. But I always try to remember that he is only going to want to stop and see everything, soaking up the knowledge for a short time. I need to let him make his discoveries and enjoy life. Bonus: I get to see the world through the fresh eyes of a two year old.

  131. Jennifer S. says:

    Would love to use one of these bras at home and at work!

  132. Love this

  133. Jessica Long says:

    To help children in need. I run a charity vranch from my home

  134. My children inspire me to live in the moment and be spontaneous! It’s hard to be a planner with 4 kids under 3 🙂

  135. Pregnant with my second baby and would love this bra!!!

  136. My children inspire me everyday with the wonder & awe! My 3 yr old is a memory sponge. Wants and needs knowledge! I am constantly learning new things through her eyes.

  137. Rachel Ross says:

    My sweet boy has inspired me to live more simply!

  138. 🙂

  139. Dominique says:

    Having my son helped me learn to love my body, no matter what it looked like. It sheltered and nurtured a sweet baby and I’m so thankful for that oppprtunity.

  140. My 8 month maternity leave ends in 1 month….this would be a nice parting gift!

  141. My kid remind me to find joy in the little things in life. And that there are still wonders that age and experience have trained us to take for granted.

  142. Love this post!

  143. My child has inspired me to work less and spend more time with family.

  144. Miss O has inspired me to find my inner zen. I worry a lot like my mom and want so badly to model a different way of living. Hard, but I am trying

  145. Patricia Cotton says:

    My children inspire me everyday. They make me remember it’s okay to leave the house a little messy and enjoy the time I have with them while they are still little.

  146. My child (first born) inspired me to be the best caretaker/mom I could be. I always put her first she helped me to mature to be a great Mother taking after my own Mom. Realizing how much Mom’s put everyone else before themselves. I am so glad and proud to be called MOM!

  147. Kaila Lauridsen-Moore says:

    My baby inspired me to be a better person and live a fuller life. I do random acts of kindness, reflect on what I am grateful for and donate what I can.

  148. Britney L says:

    My children inspire me to work hard on my WAHM business!

  149. My children have inspired me to be a healthier person, and to live each day to it’s fullest.

  150. My 1st son inspired to go back to school for my 2nd degree and my second son has inspired me to go after my career dreams

  151. Melinda Horn says:

    I’m a first time expectant mama, so my experience is limited… but so far, this baby has inspired me to really examine my lifestyles and choices, and makes me ask myself with each decision, is this how I want to be living? Is this important to me and my values, and the values I hope to teach my child?

  152. Amber Whitman says:

    My children have inspired me to become my own boss and work from home so I can still be the main person to raise them. I try everyday to do my best for them and to provide a good environment for them to grow up in.

  153. My daughter has inspired me to be more patient everyday (something I’ve always struggled with), and also to live more in the present instead of dwelling on the past or living in the future.

  154. My daughter has inspired me to completely change the way our family eats, from mostly processed food (aka the Standard American Diet, SAD) to fresh whole, real food. When she was getting ready to start solids I started researching and thanks to the changes I’ve lost more than just the baby weight, and she is the healthiest eater I know.

  155. My son has inspired me to persevere. He started out in the NICU then had latching and milk transfer problems so I became an exclusive pumper. At one point I hadn’t put him to my breast in 2 weeks and 50% of his food intake was formula. I made the choice not to give up. I tried at least once everyday. Now he is 100% breastfed. No more formula or pumped breast milk. I’m back at work now and struggling to pump enough for him while I’m away. But I will keep persevering because I love him.

  156. My daughters inspire me to show them good self esteem and body image so that they can learn to love the skin their in and not worry about what society tells them to be!

  157. My kids inspire me by being imaginative and creative!

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  159. My daughter has inspired me to become a better wife and daughter myself.

  160. Jessica O says:

    My kids have inspired me to not sweat the small stuff and never take anything for granted!

  161. My daughter inspires me every day to do the best I can for myself and her.

  162. My son has inspired me to be a better wife to my husband who is my #1 supporter and such a big help with our baby boy. My son has made me slow down and take in every moment and treasure it.

  163. My kids have inspired me to leave the world a better place for them.

  164. My boys have inspired me to be conscious of the actions I take because I’m modeling what kind of person I want them to be. My 3 year old is known to spew out my tag lines, “you’re totally fine” and “wow, that was great”!

  165. Katy Emanuel says:

    My daughter inspired me to follow my dreams of studying to become a herbalist due to having a number of health issues and it pushed me to pursue this further to help find cures for some of her ailments.

  166. My month old daughter inspires me to make better choices since everything I do effects her.

  167. Laura Goodwin says:

    My kids have inspired me to live in the present moment, slow down, and soak up the memories. They have taught me to live a better life, and I have learned way more from them than they will ever learn from me.

  168. melanie brown says:

    my children have inspired me to go back to school and to continue my education.By having them giving up is not an option and the same goes for how i parent them.

  169. Having the life I want and was meant to have for myself and my family has inspired me!

  170. amberly hash says:

    My boys have inspired me to become a totally new person. I’m in love with being a mom and take my roll seriously. Without them, who knows where I’d be.

  171. Melanie Felmlee says:

    My children have inspired me to be a better person, to slow down and enjoy everything, no matter how little it seems.

  172. My child has inspired me to be a better person by noticing the little things in life and by taking better care of myself and those around me

  173. This bra looks like it would be very helpful, would love to have one! Can’t wait to begin breastfeeding for the very first time!

  174. As a pregnant Mom-to-be I can’t wait to be inspired by our little baby who will no doubt surprise us with many wonders along the way!

  175. Rebecca Lee says:

    My son is 1 and he inspires me to grow as a person. I’ve bettered my eating and exercise routine because I want to be a good example to him.

  176. My 16 week old son inspires me to be the best mom I can be. I always knew I wanted to parent differently than my parents. As a result, I have not given up. I co-sleep, I baby-wear, and even though it has been a huge struggle from day one, I’m still working hard to provide breastmilk. He is supplemented with donor milk for about 65% of his daily intake, but I work HARD to pump and breastfeed as much as I can!

  177. Megan Voight-Sellers says:

    My 3mo old inspires me to encourage other mommies in the breastfeeding journeys. We have had a very rough first couple of months and made it through. I want other mommies to make it through the rough times too and succeed in breastfeeding.

  178. My kiddos ( I have 3) have inspired me to a photographer. I knew I wanted to capture every single moment could. I found myself learning more and more and wanting to give that gift to others too. 😉

  179. Rachel Perez says:

    Because of my son I work hard in school to get my college degree

  180. Monika Muzyka says:

    My favorite part about having a newborn is having something that’s both my husband and I’s…..and his amazing baby smell 🙂 gotta love it.

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