My Unexpected Companion, Postpartum Anxiety

“To say I was shocked that the elation I expected was replaced with pure terror when they placed my 6 pound, 11 ounce baby with a full head of black hair (totally covered with my insides) on my chest is an understatement.” Read one moms story of postpartum anxiety

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Desirae Whittle
Longing to Lactate

“Breastfeeding is so much more to me than feeding my babies, it means I will be able to have a connection with them that we don’t have now”. Read Katie, Intended Mom through GS talk about inducing lactation.

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Desirae Whittle
Breastfeeding: The Biggest Lesson in my Healing Journey

“When Layla was born nine years later – all I could think about were those two years I nursed Lillian and how it made me feel confident and empowered. I naively thought it would be the same with Layla. I couldn’t have been more wrong.” Read Lindsay’s post about her very emotional breastfeeding journey.

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Desirae Whittle
Breastfeeding Multiples

“When I first found out we were expecting spontaneous triplets, breastfeeding was literally the last thing I worried about. I had nursed my older two kids for upwards of two years each with no issues, it wouldn’t be that different, right? WRONG.” Read Lynden account of what breastfeeding multiples is like.


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Desirae Whittle
Got Milk?

“This might sound a little dramatic but breastfeeding has been one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to deal with physically and mentally”. Read Jordan’s reflection on how her breastfeeding journey has been over the last 10 weeks.

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Desirae Whittle
Momming in the Working World

“…my corporate job doesn’t really let me strap my kid on my back while I’m rocking my 4” stiletto pumps, my 2 piece navy suit, and hosting meetings amongst senior level executives across the financial industry…but that’s not the point.” A working mom’s perspective.

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Desirae Whittle