Black Breastfeeding Week: Celebrating the Joy Of Black Moms Who Breastfeed
Breastfeeding was the most amazing feeling EVER—like love personified. This week's annual Black Breastfeeding Week aims to celebrate that joy.
Black Breastfeeding Week: #LiftEveryBaby To Support Black Moms, Our Children & the Best First Food
Everything you need to know about Black Breastfeeding Week 2015 and why supporting Black breastfeeding mothers is a critical need that can't wait.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2015: ‘Lift Every Baby’ In Support Of Black Families and the Best First Food
Celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week 2015 with a call to 'Lift Every Baby' in art, public gatherings and a few awesome Twitter parties.
Nipples and Ninny: My Breastfeeding Journey as a Black Mom
In honor of Black Breastfeeding Week 2014, MyBrownBaby shares her popular post on her breastfeeding journey.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2014: Celebrating Black Families and the Best First Food
Celebrate Black Breastfeeding Week 2014, August 25 - August 31.
Breastfeeding At Graduation Pic Is Some Kinda Wonderful—And Exactly What Black Folk Need To See
Apparently, the earth is going to stop spinning on its rotational axis because this graduate posted a picture of herself breastfeeding at graduation.
Not Everyone Can Breastfeed: A Tale Of Pregnancy, Depression & Formula Feeding
We are always told that formula is fine but “breast is best.” But this mom's story is just one example of why it doesn’t work for every family.
Pope Francis Is Cool With Public Breastfeeding—And You Should Be, Too
News that Pope Francis is encouraging mothers to breastfeed their babies in public just might make me stop in my nearest Catholic church for a service or two.
Gisele Bundchen’s Breastfeeding Photo: Leave This Working Mom Alone Already!
Yes, Gisele Bundchen Instagrammed a shot of herself getting glam while breastfeeding her daughter. And she deserves our applause, not ridicule.
Black Breastfeeding Week 2013: How Breastfeeding Made Me a Better Pediatrician
I breastfed my daughter and son for 19 and 24 months, respectively. Yes, they had teeth. They were talking and walking. In the end, it...