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Sweet Pea Births

Chandler, Arizona

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Divine breastfeeding

Posted on August 27, 2016 at 2:18 PM Comments comments (0)
Seeing lots of divinity and learning how to better support breastfeeding mothers at the La Leche League conference this weekend. 

Lots of great speakers coming up throughout the day today and tomorrow.  You can still purchase a one-day pass at
www.lllofaz.org/area-conference.com








Does breastfeeding have to be hard?

Posted on August 24, 2016 at 12:39 PM Comments comments (0)
Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson
Petunia Picklebottom Bag provided by Modern Mommy Boutique

I have to wonder how we survived as a species without hospitals and IBCLCs for so long.  I think it goes back to the possibility that birth and breastfeeding are behaviors that are learned best by watching and participating.

When we see and honor undisturbed birth, when we accept or acknowledge that the pain of childbirth is meant to inform and transform us, and it is not something that has to be inherently feared, we can start to take back birth.

When we are able to treat breasts as normal, when we can feed our babies without wondering if we are going to be harassed or shamed by family and strangers, when our children can learn about breastfeeding by watching us feed their siblings and cousins, then we start to normalize breastfeeding.

While I am eternally grateful for the help of care providers when *it is necessary* for healthy mom, healthy baby outcomes, and absolutely in awe of the good IBCLCs that help mothers meet their breastfeeding goals, I think we have to ask ourselves WHY.

WHY are we still accepting a cesarean rate that is over 30%?

WHY are we silent when our maternal and infant outcomes are the most dismal among industrialized nations?

WHY are we so quick to give up on breastfeeding when it is the best thing to get moms and babies organized and off to a good start?

I wish I had answers...since I don't, I will continue to advocate for mothers, babies and birth.  I will add my voice in support of organizations like Arizonans for Birth Options, Improving Birth and Birth Monopoly.  I will continue to support La Leche League, Breastfeeding USA, and ILCA.  I will continue to teach about childbirth and train as a doula, and learn as much as I can about supporting families through birth.  My mission is that each family I have the privilege to walk alongside on their birth journey has a better chance of NOT being traumatized by their birth experience, and that our students know about the amazing resources to help them along the way should they need them.

What about you...what can you do in your corner of the world to support, birth, breastfeeding, mothers and babies?

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Phoenix La Leche League: Live, Latch, Love
As part of the LLL area conference
August 26th, 5-7 PM
Embassy Suites Biltmore
 
La Leche League Conference
August 26-28, 2016
Embassy Suites Biltmore

Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson


Disclaimer: 
The material included in this blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and related videos contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of Birthing From Within or The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of Birthing From Within, The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.
 




Breastfeeding benefits the whole family

Posted on August 20, 2016 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (0)
What a perfect picture for today...because on Monday, I get to share Katie's story in our next installment of "In Their Own Words".

One of the amazing benefits of breastfeeding is that the mother creates oxytocin, the hormone of social relationships. Not only does it create calm for the mother and the nursling; it actually has the potential to create calm in the entire space they occupy.

For more reading on oxytocin, click HERE for an article from Scientific American.


In Their Own Words: Tanya...Part 1

Posted on August 15, 2016 at 12:39 PM Comments comments (0)
"In Their Own Words" is a blog series we share to bring you "real life" experiences from other mothers and their families.  Would you like to share your story? Please email me at [email protected] to get started.

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As a mother to two girls I feel even more of a responsibility to normalize breastfeeding. My amazing mother did that for me and I am forever grateful. I grew up knowing that breastfeeding was a wonderful way to nourish and bond with your baby. 

From the moment I knew I wanted to be a mom, I knew I would breastfeed. So imagine my surprise when I have my first daughter and suddenly I felt an overwhelming embarrassment to nurse in public…WITH A NURSING COVER even. 

There was many a time I went to nurse her in my car or even nursed her in a store bathroom (not my finest hour)!!! To this day I am not even sure where this feeling came from because I was never the victim of shaming from another person while breastfeeding. I imagine it all comes from society’s perception of breastfeeding. 

Thankfully, I had joined Mercy Gilbert’s breastfeeding group and slowly my embarrassment began to turn into pride. By the time I finished Krystyna and Bruss’ Bradley Class in the Spring of 2013, I felt like a superhero of sorts for all the amazing benefits I had provided for my daughter and was going to give my new baby.


I went from not wanting anyone to see me breastfeed with my first daughter (the only picture I have is from the hospital), to embracing the wonderful bond breastfeeding brings and doing so in pictures.

Photo shoot for social media
Photo shoot for social media
Photo by Erin Rudd Photography; Set at Modern Mommy Boutique
Photo shoot for social media
Photo by Erin Rudd Photography; Styling by Modern Mommy Boutique
Photo shoot for social media
Family time
Family time
Family time
2-year-old T nursing her baby Cinderella while I nurse baby K; Photo by Knit Together Photography
Family time
Tandem nursing
Tandem nursing
Nursing K at 3 years and C at 1 year
Extended breastfeeding
My current nursling, baby C – almost 15 months
Extended breastfeeding






































































Today I have been breastfeeding or pregnant (or breastfeeding while pregnant) for 5 ½ years. My greatest accomplishment so far is seeing my daughters “nurse” their babies. It shows me that I have been that role model for them to show them that breastfeeding is normal and beautiful and even difficult at times. 

When my 5-year-old daughter tells me how she needs to nurse her 2-year-old doll or my 3-year-old daughter says “I nurse my baby, mama!” that is simply music to my ears. I started out my nursing journey hoping I could make it to one year and hoping I wouldn’t offend anybody if I had to nurse in public. 

Now, I have proudly nursed one child to 22 months, another to 3 years and am currently nursing my almost 15-month old son until our nursing journey comes to an end. Furthermore, I nurse in public wherever I need to, sometimes with a cover, sometimes without; and sometimes while baby-wearing. 

My hope is that I not only provide my daughters and son with a positive view of breastfeeding, but also inspire a new mom to feel like she is a superhero of sorts when breastfeeding; because it is hard, it is exhausting, it is amazing, it is powerful, it is rewarding, it is blissful, it is depressing, it is courageous, it is painful, it is empowering, but most importantly, it requires a village in order to be successful. 

Whether it be family members (I am so lucky that my parents and in-laws where both a tremendous help), a group or class (both life savers for me), a friend, relative, doctor….it takes a village to make breastfeeding successful. And I am forever grateful for the confidence my village gave me.



Thank you to Tanya for sharing her breastfeeding journey today <3 I hope it has touched you and inspired you in some way, and that you will take heart and courage in your own breastfeeding journey.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Phoenix La Leche League: Live, Latch, Love
As part of the LLL area conference
August 26th, 5-7 PM
Embassy Suites Biltmore
 
La Leche League Conference
August 26-28, 2016
Embassy Suites Biltmore

Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson

Disclaimer: 
The material included in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and video contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.

Breastfeeding Rooted in Nature

Posted on August 15, 2016 at 12:08 AM Comments comments (0)

"A baby nursing at a mother's breast...is an undeniable affirmation of our rootedness in nature"
~David Suzuki

Photo credit:  Erin Rudd Photography
Set at Modern Mommy Boutique, Chandler, AZ
Image design: Amy Latek



Breastfeeding is Charming

Posted on August 13, 2016 at 5:31 PM Comments comments (0)
Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson
It's always a great reminder that breasts have a biological function: they are mammary glands designed to make milk for the babies a woman will bear.  

Some make the mistake of thinking females are biologically complete when they start their menses. In fact, a woman is biologically "fully mature" when she starts to lactate.

So yes, breastfeeding is utilitarian.  It is also really sexy to use your body to it's fullest expression.  Feed your baby with pride: your breasts are gorgeous with or without a baby latched on to them.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

TODAY!!!!
Chandler-Gilbert La Leche League
Live, Latch, Love
August 13, 2016 from 4:30 – 8:30 pm
Click HERE for more info
 
Phoenix La Leche League: Live, Latch, Love
As part of the LLL area conference
August 26th, 5-7 PM
Embassy Suites Biltmore
 
La Leche League Conference
August 26-28, 2016
Embassy Suites Biltmore

Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson

Disclaimer: 
The material included in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and video contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.

Wisdom Wednesday: To your health

Posted on August 10, 2016 at 2:30 PM Comments comments (0)
Birthing From Within and Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson

I recently shared an image of full-term breastfeeding on our Instagram, and someone asked me if it was "necessary" to nurse like that in public.

My answer: It is always "necessary" to show up for your child as their mother.  Whether that comfort is a kind smile, a loving embrace, or pressed to the breast, responding to your child is not just about feeding, it's about building the trust that you will always be there for them.

As the initial social bond that a child forms, the love shared between a mother and child is critical to the child's social development.  However you respond to and nurture your child, even if it's not breastfeeding for your family, offer them the response that reaffirms that they are important. To me, that is nature's best health plan.  

Since I am a believer in the long-term benefits of breastfeeding, extending breastfeeding past the first birthday worked for us.  Building a healthy body is one thing...building a strong self-esteem is also part of mothering. For those of us that choose extended breastfeeding, saying yes when our child needs to nurse is part of responding to their needs and affirming their esteem. It is necessary, and very much a part of showing up as Mother.

Now for the actual physiological benefits of breastfeeding, I refer to some of my favorite summary images HERE and HERE, found on the Alpha Parent blog :)

What are some of the health benefits you have seen come from the choice to breastfeed for your family?

Upcoming Breastfeeding Month Events:
Chandler-Gilbert La Leche League
Live, Latch, Love
August 13, 2016 from 4:30 – 8:30 pm
Click HERE for more info
 
Phoenix La Leche League: Live, Latch, Love
As part of the LLL area conference
August 26th, 5-7 PM
Embassy Suites Biltmore
 
La Leche League Conference
August 26-28, 2016
Embassy Suites Biltmore



Disclaimer: 
The material included in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and video contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.
 

 

To Look or Not to Look

Posted on August 4, 2016 at 1:52 PM Comments comments (0)
 Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson
Image credit: Erin Rudd Photography
Belabumbum Nightgown provided by Modern Mommy Boutique

Human breasts have been used to nourish human infants since time immemorial.  There was a time when the nursing madonna was one of the cherished subjects for artists worldwide.  

Here is an insight from artelisa's blog, Art history, symbolism, and legends:

"Milk was a symbol of wisdom, and not just an earthly wisdom. It was a supernatural wisdom of knowledge of things divine, and given as a gift of grace.

Milk was also believed to be transformed from blood, and as such to be part of Eucharist and it took its place in mystical writings. Today those writings maybe not easily understandable for our modern mindset, but people centuries ago understood all metaphors very well. Middle Ages were very poetic, made strong use of symbolic and abstract thinking.  "

As it turns out, the Middle Age philosophers were intuitively correct...breastmilk is created when the hormone prolactin causes alveoli to take nutrients, like proteins and sugars, from the blood supply, and then turns them into breast milk. (Source: Sutter Health)

So let's look at a few example of breastfeeding, the divine:
Click on images to go to the source page

Jesus as an infant:

Virgin and Child, by Bernard van Orley


Jesus as an older baby:

Madonna with Child, detail from Our Lady of Graces with Saints Francis of Assisi, Dominic de Guzman and the person who commissioned the art work, oil on canvas by Fabrizio Santafede (about 1560-1634), Church of San Domenico, Ruvo di Puglia (Bari), Apulia, Italy, 17th century.

Jesus as a toddler??

Madonna che allatta
Bernardino Luini - olio

And this one even shows *gasp* NIPPLE!!

The Nursing Madonna by unknown master from Bruges, 
16th century. Museu de Aveiro, Portugal.

Another one with "the nip"!!

Gerard David, Nursing Madonna

Two things struck me as I was searching for pictures I wanted to include in this post:
1) People have been obsessed with breastfeeding for a long time.  Albeit for different reasons, it has been part of the public discourse for much longer than we might imagine.

2) There are more pictures of a seated, older Jesus nursing than anything else. A LOT more.  

And we think it's a big deal if someone is nursing outside of the home past a year, or when a baby starts to "ask" for it...I would say that the "normal" for many of the artists depicting the Madonna and Child would be older nurslings, since that is what is portrayed in such a huge number of images.

I also want to name my bias in today's post. I specifically sought the Madonna and Child because that is my reference point. As I was searching, I saw Hindu art, Egyptian art, sculptures and woodcarvings...all depicting breastfeeding (many of older children nursing, too...no coincidence there, I think).

So I am going to leave you with this encouragement today.  Breastfeeding is part of nature's design. It isn't always easy.  It isn't always pretty. It is always worth it.  Whether you feed your baby drops a day or ounces a day, whether you feed your baby a day, a week, months, or years...every time you take the time to feed your baby, they are receiving a benefit from your body to theirs.

Embrace your choice.  Feed your baby.  Nurse in public.  It's so 600 years ago.

Need some tips on NIP? Search our blog archive on Nursing In Public

Disclaimer: 
The material included in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and video contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.
 
 Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson




Birthing From Within and  Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson


 Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson



A Choice for Every Baby

Posted on August 3, 2016 at 12:20 PM Comments comments (0)
Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson
Photo Credit: Erin Rudd Photography
Nursing blouse by Nixilu provided by Modern Mommy Boutique

While breastfeeding may not seem the right choice for every parent, it is the best choice for every baby. ~Amy Spangler
 
Here is our official welcome to our annual Breastfeeding Awareness Month photo series!!
 
We have had the honor of teaching over 100 students…and we have Sweet Peas in all different age ranges that are breastfeeding.  We invite our alumni to an annual photo shoot sponsored by Modern Mommy and SPB; with the understanding that we are going to be sharing them all over social media to help normalize breastfeeding during the month of August.
 
As often happens, talking about breastfeeding brings up all kinds of emotions. I offer this caveat. Here at SPB we recognize that not all mothers can, or want, to breastfeed. If you are a new mom seeking encouragement and inspiration, welcome!  If you wanted to breastfeed the first time and it didn't work out, please consider hanging out with us. Your first experience is not an indicator of what is going to happen next time - we welcome you.

What we are sharing is to encourage the mothers that do want to make that choice, and to expand the conversation about breastmilk...it's not about breast vs. bottle as those who fuel the Mommy Wars would like you to believe. Please accept the information offered this month for what it is: support, encouragement and inspiration for those of us who are on the breastfeeding journey.
 
This image, that I have shared for the last several years, sums it up nicely:


 
It is important for all of us mothers to stand united. It is hard enough to parent as it is: keeping kids alive, fed, and healthy is a win in my book.  There is no reason to engage in the so-called “mommy wars” when there is really nothing to fight about: fed is best.  However that works in your family to grow your baby and save your sanity - go for it with gusto!
 
To borrow a turn of phrase from La Leche League, invite you to treat our photo series this month, and I guess the whole blog really, like a buffet.  Take and learn from what appeals to you, and leave the rest on the buffet line. I invite you to peacefully move along down the line without attachment. It's a great way to get only what you want and leave the rest behind.
 
We are going to take this month to inform on the benefits of breastfeeding just in case it helps one mother make it through one more day of giving her baby human milk.  We are going to talk about milk sharing, since that has been the option since the beginning of time for mothers who didn’t make or didn’t want to make milk for their babies, but still wanted to give their babies the biological first choice for feeding and growing a human infant.  We will write about other ways to feed the baby that is not a bottle.  We will have mothers sharing about their choice to nurse beyond 12 months, and some who even nurse more than one child at a time.

Our whole goal is to expand the whole conversation about human feeding beyond breast vs. bottle, and make it about providing human milk for human babies with a way that works for a wide variety of situations.
 
Why feed with breastmilk? Here are ten reasons from FitPregnancy.com:
 
1. A healthier baby "The incidences of pneumonia, colds and viruses are reduced among breastfed babies," says infant-nutrition expert Ruth A. Lawrence, M.D., a professor of pediatrics and OB-GYN at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in Rochester, N.Y., and the author of Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession (Elsevier-Mosby). Gastrointestinal infections like diarrhea—which can be devastating, especially in developing countries—are also less common.

2. Long-term protection, too Breastfeed your baby and you reduce his risk of developing chronic conditions, such as type I diabetes, celiac disease and Crohn's disease.

3. Stronger bones According to Lawrence, women who breastfeed have a lower risk of postmenopausal osteoporosis. "When a woman is pregnant and lactating, her body absorbs calcium much more efficiently," she explains. "So while some bones, particularly those in the spine and hips, may be a bit less dense at weaning, six months later, they are more dense than before pregnancy."

4. Lower SIDS risk Breastfeeding lowers your baby's risk of sudden infant death syndrome by about half.

5. Fewer problems with weight It's more likely that neither of you will become obese if you breastfeed him.

6. A calorie incinerator You may have heard that nursing burns up to 500 calories a day. And that's almost right. "Breast milk contains 20 calories per ounce," Lawrence explains. "If you feed your baby 20 ounces a day, that's 400 calories you've swept out of your body."

7. It's good for the earth Dairy cows, which are raised in part to make infant formula, are a significant contributor to global warming: Their belching, manure and flatulence (really!) spew enormous amounts of methane, a harmful greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere.

8. Better healing postdelivery The oxytocin released when your baby nurses helps your uterus contract, reducing postdelivery blood loss. Plus, breastfeeding will help your uterus return to its normal size more quickly—at about six weeks postpartum, compared with 10 weeks if you don't breastfeed.

9. Less risk of cancer Breastfeeding can decrease your baby's risk of some childhood cancers. And you'll have a lower risk of premenopausal breast cancer and ovarian cancer, an often deadly disease that's on the rise.

10. A custom-made supply Formula isn't able to change its constitution, but your breast milk morphs to meet your baby's changing needs. Colostrum—the "premilk" that comes in after you deliver—is chock-full of antibodies to protect your newborn baby. "It's also higher in protein and lower in sugar than 'full' milk, so even a small amount can hold off your baby's hunger," says Heather Kelly, an international board-certified lactation consultant in New York City and a member of the Bravado Breastfeeding Information Council's advisory board.

When your full milk comes in (usually three to four days after delivery), it is higher in both sugar and volume than colostrum—again, just what your baby requires. "He needs a lot of calories and frequent feedings to fuel his rapid growth," Kelly explains. "Your mature milk is designed to be digested quickly so he'll eat often."
 
Read the rest of the article HERE

 
Keep checking back throughout the month of August for more information, encouragement and support.  See you online – and hopefully in person at a local event if you are in the Phoenix area!

Donation and Outreach Center
for Mothers' Milk Bank
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
6-8 PM
The Milk Spot
2922 N 18th Pl
Phoenix, AZ 85016
602-529-5259

Saturday, August 6th
Saturday, August 6th



Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson
August 26-28, 2016

Click HERE to read about SPB Presentation at LLL Conference






 
Disclaimer: 
The material included in this blog is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The reader should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and related videos contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.
 

 

 

Hello from SPB

Posted on July 26, 2016 at 6:18 PM Comments comments (0)
Hello, readers <3

Coming up!!


It has been a huge season of change for us at the Bowman House.  A season of grief, a month of moving, and now we are back.  We thank God for our good health and a happy family - there is much to be grateful for in spite of all the upheaval.

Here is our first installment back on the VLOG, announcing all the events happening for Breastfeeding Awareness Month that starts next week!




Thank you for sticking with us - we look forward to recording and writing regular installments back to the VLOG and blog now that we are settling into our new home.  We appreciate all of you in our community <3 <3 <3

Submit your breastfeeding story to inspire, inform, and encourage other breastfeeding mothers – send it to me here: [email protected]
 
Links to explore here:
Events
BLO August 6, 2016
Milk Spot: https://www.facebook.com/events/273963726303479/
ABBP: https://www.facebook.com/events/149441345460569/
Global: http://biglatchon.org/
 
August 26-28, 2016
Arizona LLL Conference
http://www.lllofaz.org/area-conference

  Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson





Disclaimer: 
The material included in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult her or his healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation.  Krystyna and Bruss Bowman and Bowman House, LLC accept no liability for the content of this site, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.  This blog and video contain information about our classes available in Chandler, AZ and Payson, AZ and is not the official website of The Bradley Method®. The views contained in this video and on our blog do not necessarily reflect those of The Bradley Method® or the American Academy of Husband-Coached Childbirth®.   

  Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: convenient to Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Payson



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