Louise Wareing breastfeeds her daughter on the Big Wheel. She wrote me that the youngster “took the trip in her stride and it was the ideal warm place for a feed!”
Archive for April, 2009
Louise Wheeler’s daughter feeds contentedly at her mom’s breast. Louise wrote that for her daughter, who was 3 years old when this picture was taken, nursing was “her favourite way to chill out and have some bonding time with me after the birth of her sister.”
At 1 day old, Joy Mottram’s twins eagerly take to her breasts for that special mother’s milk. Joy took this picture herself. It’s the first of several that she sent that I hope to publish over time, showing her twins breastfeeding as they grow. You can find more about Joy and her children on her blog at incredibleshrinkingjoy.blogspot.com.
… baby’s food supply will be there! Joy McIlwaine gives her baby breakfast during a camping trip.
I like pictures that show an older sibling watching while mom feeds the baby in the family. There’s something special about that togetherness. Here Jessica Ibbitson Anderson nurses her baby while older brother looks on.
It’s not unusual to see a breasfeeding mom look at the camera when a picture is taken. Here Dani Arnold’s son seems intrigued by the photography process, too — but not enough to relax his efforts in gaining nourishment from her breast.
Angela MacArthur’s baby looks at her with rapt attention while enjoying nourishment from her breast. Angela’s comment on Facebook, “What is not beautiful about that?” is to the point. This is a beautiful scene.
Faun Danson breastfeeds her 3-pound son for the first time. Her smile shows how happy she is for this special event for her and her premature baby.
Since it’s Saturday, let’s raise a toast to the weekend! Heather Hartung-MacRae enjoys a non-alcoholic beer while breastfeeding her baby during a break in what she said was “a long hike in Southern Germany — hence the really wind-messed hair.” I wouldn’t worry about the hair, Heather. Your smile and your nursing make this a beautiful picture.
That first feeding is always special with each child. Here Andie Frogley watches her second child take milk from her breast for the first time.