I wanted to start a community. A community of moms, and dads, that can talk, find answers to their questions and just know they aren’t alone. So hello TurtleTots!!!
I have recently received my Diamond Boobie Award! It was not an easy accomplishment, and I’m very proud of myself. Boobie Awards are awarded based on the length of time you’ve been breastfeeding. I’m not sure where the idea came from, but you can find them on signatures on babycenter.com and talked about in Mom groups on Facebook.
(o)(o) Purple = I tried!
(o)(o) Bronze = Made it to 3 months!
(o)(o) Silver = Made it to 6 months!
(o)(o) Gold = Made it to One year!
(o)(o) Platinum = Made it to One and a Half Years!
(.)(.) Diamond! = Made it to toddlerhood (two years)!
:- (o)(o) -: Tandem Nursing Award (eyes on each side)!
For every baby you nurse you are eligible for another award. No matter what colour your boobies are wear them with pride you’ve earned them!
here’s nothing in the world that compares to holding your baby in your arms – the feeling of a sleeping child against your chest, the sweet-smelling, down-covered head under your nose. When you first get home with babe, there’s not much else you want to do other than hold your little bundle. But what about […]
wasn’t into sports in highschool, and I skipped phys ed whenever I could. I missed the “naked in the locker room” experience. So when my family and I ventured to the spa/bathhouse a few months ago for our first China bathhouse experience, I was not prepared for all the naked women. Young, old, scared, bruised, […]
e went out for Dim Sum a few months back, and they had these pastry tarts, filled with a custard like substance. Now I’m not a big fan of custards, but I do love pastry! I’m not sure what I was expecting, but I promise you it wasn’t what I got. Egg tarts are one […]
In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In […]
or centuries mothers, sisters, aunts, and even wet nurses have been nursing infants into toddlerhood. The benefits of breastmilk don’t miraculously end when your infant turns 6 months, or even 1 year. Here is a diagram put together by Alpha Parent outlining the benefits of having a breastfed toddler aka extended breastfeeding.