Breastfeeding: How I Manage My Milk Oversupply

I’ve recently read an article about “what it’s like to be a mom who produces too much breastmilk“. I was quite surprised when reading the headline because I find this to be a topic which hardly gets any attention. Being a mother who produces more breastmilk than my babies need(ed), I thought that I’d share…

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About Taking Time

I hope you don’t mind that it’s been a little bit silently here on the blog. Settling in as a family of four and enjoying these precious moments has taken all my time…well, and then there was also our move to Panama; but that is another story (more to come soon)! Although I love writing…

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Baby Led Weaning

I always thought that introducing my son to solids would be an easy peasy thing. Just puree some veggies and fruit, put it on a spoon and that’s it. This is what I had heard, read and what I had seen on TV. The message was clear: babies get spoon fed and eat purreed food.…

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My Milky Way Guide

From the beginning, breastfeeding has been a non-problematic topic for me. I already produced pre-milk before my baby was born. The real milk kicked in one day after the little bird’s birth. A couple of  days later, the nurses said that I could provide milk for some for other mothers. That strong was my milk…

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Light Blue Saturday

  I love Saturdays. Saturdays mean that I can sleep in a little but they also stand for the fact that we get to spend the whole day together as a family. Today was an exceptional day as it was sunny but the wind from the sea made the heat bearable. It was lovely and…

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A Milky Wedding

It all started with the invitation to a wedding. Excited about this event, I took a look at my wardobe to see what I could be wearing. “Chick and summery, neither black nor white” was what the bride had wished. From my memory, I have some dresses in my closet that could work for this occasion…if there…

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