Celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week: Blaine's Story

I was never told the importance of breastfeeding. After 9 nieces and nephews no one told me breast was best and I should at least try it. I wasn't offered an LC or anyone who could tell me what I should do. I knew you fed your baby formula and they were fine. With my first son on the day of birth I was watching breastfeeding videos which made me want to try and I did. I also supplemented and slowly but surely my supply went away and I formula fed. Same with my second son, it was painful but he ended up having extreme food allergies and needed special formula. Now this time around I'm 3 months in EBF with my daughter and with help from like minded peers I was able to push through some tough trials with tongue and lip tie. The pain was almost unbareable but i kept pushing. Thanks to them my journey is far from over. I'm excited about it.

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44 Waterbury Road | Suite 2D

Prospect, CT 06712

Enter by Casey's Cuts. We are at the top level, to the right, at the end of the hallway.

As of Jan 5th, we will be open every Tuesday and Friday from 11am to 3pm. 

Schedule an appt, walk in, shop online for in store pickup, or call ahead if you like. 

If there is inclement weather, we will not be in the office. 

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