45 thoughts on “Breastfeeding Week 2017 :: Do You Know What Is It?

  1. Jiya B

    Wow, Such an awsome and required info, Why do we celebrate breastfeeding week. Even I had the same question yesterday in mind. and here you rae with answer. Thanks for sharing in depth infomation here.

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  2. Sabeeka Lambe

    This was such an informative post.. While. I knew about the breastfeeding week.. There’s so much of this significance, logo, theme I didn’t know.. There’s so much thought going behind this. Loved it!

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  3. Hena Jose

    To tell you the truth, I came to know about breast feeding week from your post. Very informative. You have explained it so well. Also I appreciate the fact you still breast feed your baby, amidst going for job, blogging etc.

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  4. Zainab

    As I’m a twins mom, I used to express my milk a lot! I would bottle feed one with the pumped mil and breast feed direct the other! Sadly, couldn’t do it for more than 7 months 🙁

    Also, this is the first time I’m learning about breastfeeding week 🙂 thx a ton!

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  5. amanda rollison

    Thank you for this informative post about breastfeeding week! I had no idea about any of this info! I couldn’t breastfeed, but I did pump for two months, so I know all about the struggle with getting milk to your kiddo.

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  6. priyadarshani panda

    this is such an informative post I am already on a week long awareness drive on my social media and blog..lets create abetter and healthy generation by breastfeeding and motivating mothers to stick to it

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  7. Caitlin @RogersPartyof5

    What a great and informative post! As someone who was unable to breastfeed twins, I think if I had more adequate support, it would have been possible. My family was very supportive, but with 2 month premature babies, they needed help that I wasn’t able to give them.

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  8. Amrita

    I loved your 10 Tips to pump breast milk and was very impressed .it takes a lot of mental strength to do this.World breastfeeding week is a great initiative.Thanks for sharing

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  9. Zainab

    I had left a comment before not sure why can’t I see it! Thanks for writing is so much details cos I really didn’t know we celebrated this :/!
    Pumping does help a lot, & kudos to you on still breastfeeding!

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  10. Jiya B

    This is an amazing post for new moms. I loved reading it. Breast milk is a pack of nutrients for a child. and the only food baby takes till 6 months. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  11. Mahak @babyandbeyondin

    This is a very good initiative to spread awareness..I am seeing so many moms come out and talk about their breastfeeding stories. Also I really love the theme this year…Sustaining Breasfeeding TOGETHER. Because it gives importance to all the people involved, not just the mother. I really could not have managed 18 months of nursing (and still going strong) without support from my husband, MIL, mom, sister and even so many online support forums.

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  12. Kavita

    Wow, I seriously had no clue about all this information. To be honest I don’t even know breastfeeding week existed till last year. Thank you for sharing this.

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  13. breakthefog

    Breastfeeding is the main power of life. In that moment, not only the baby is fed with priceless nutrients, but also it is created an unbreakable bondage between mom and baby.
    Great to hear that there is a day to celebrate it!
    Thank you so much for sharing!

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  14. Brittani | Coffee Toddlers and Chaos

    After spending the last 4 years in Germany, it really is crazy to see and hear about different views on Breastfeeding around the world. In Germany, it’s a very normal thing, and I had mothers say that they’ve had old ladies walk up to them and take the cover off their babies while they were feeding, where as in the States it’s just kind of a thing you don’t do or see often so mothers get shamed for it.

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  15. Vidhi duggal

    Yes, breastfeeding requires support from not only friends and family but public as well. You are right when you say that a mother should not be shamed but supported while breastfeeding her child.

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  16. Vidhi duggal

    Very informative post. There is a need for change in the mentality of people regarding breastfeeding then only a mother can continue to breastfeed her child for long.

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