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Dear Readers

Friday, March 18, 2022

Dear Readers, Welcome to the first issue of Breastfeeding Today for 2022 and my last one as Managing Editor. I feel sad having to say goodbye to all of you, but I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work with a great team over the last two years. I would like to thank … Read More

Leche Que Fluye (Milk that Flows)

Friday, March 18, 2022

Por Marta Leticia Sierra Morales – Hidalgo, Mexico Leche que fluye, leche que mana, Leche de madre que de los pechos Brota. Leche tibia, leche sabrosa Color de nube, leche tan dulce Como el  néctar de flores. Leche que nutre,  así como la Savia lo hace con las plantas, Leche que espera a que el … Read More

Instinto Materno (Maternal Instinct)

Friday, March 18, 2022

Por Mayra A. Chuil López – Mérida, Mexico Había una vez una futura madre que esperaba con ansias a su bebito. Decidida a darle lo mejor se preparó buscando mucha información. Pasaron los días, de pronto, sin previo aviso, se adelantó el parto, su vientre fue abierto para darle paso a ese pequeño bebé que … Read More

Learning to Share; Sharing to Learn

Friday, March 18, 2022

By Esther Schiedel – Corvallis, Oregon, USA As a La Leche League Leader and as a parenting educator I know the value of parents being able to share their experiences with other parents and to hear about the experiences of others. At the start of every La Leche League meeting, Leaders set some ground rules. … Read More

Book review
101 Boobilicious Moments

Friday, March 18, 2022

By Valentina Attanasio – BT Managing Editor Michelle F. Creeden, 101 Boobilicious Moments, Dorrance Publishing Co: Pittsburgh. 2018. ISBN 9781480958500. Paperback, 121 pages. Have you ever found yourself in a situation that you thought would only happen to you, only to discover that it happens to others too? And that the support of others in … Read More

Greek Mac & Cheese Casserole

Friday, March 18, 2022

By Penelope Karagouni – Athens, Greece (δείτε την ελληνική έκδοση εδώ) The Greek version of mac and cheese! Extremely easy to make and yet so impressive! The taste combination of Greek kasseri cheese with pasta makes this macaroni casserole fabulous. This simple version can be made more elaborate with the addition of other types of … Read More

Πανεύκολη Μακαρονόπιτα με Κασέρι (Greek Mac & Cheese Casserole – Greek version)

Friday, March 18, 2022

ΤΗΣ ΠΗΝΕΛΟΠΗΣ ΚΑΡΑΓΚΟΥΝΗ, ΑΘΗΝΑ, ΕΛΛΑΔΑ (Check out the English version here) Μια εξαιρετικά εύκολη μακαρονόπιτα και όμως τόσο εντυπωσιακή και γευστική! Ο γευστικός συνδυασμός των ζυμαρικών με το κασέρι κάνει αυτό το πιάτο υπέροχο! Μπορείτε να το κάνετε ακόμα πιο περίτεχνο με την προσθήκη διαφόρων άλλων τυριών, ζαμπόν ή ακόμα και μπέικον! Χρόνος προετοιμασίας: 2 … Read More

A mother sits breastfeeding, she is facing away from us looking across a bleak, muddy landscape

Грудне вигодовування в надзвичайних ситуаціях

Saturday, March 5, 2022

Адаптовано із статті Амбер Зінгс для Breastfeeding Today. Землетруси трапляються в найнеочікуваніший час. Я теж не планувала потрапити в землетрус 7,8 балів під час відпустки в Коста-Ріці зі своєю сім‘єю. Мені вдалося сховатися з майже дворічною донькою, а потім ми втекли на височину, оскільки боялися наближення цунамі. В той день у мене було багато клопоту, … Read More

Dear Readers

Sunday, December 19, 2021

Dear Readers, Welcome to the last issue of Breastfeeding Today for this year! Erin L. O’Reilly’s rhymes from Liquid LLLove are the protagonist of our poetry column: “Limitlessly fluent and affluent / flowing fluid / Luxurious Liniment / Lacteal Love / Luscious and illustrious / Like white blood”. Love is certainly at the heart of … Read More

Liquid LLLove

Sunday, December 19, 2021

By Erin O’Reilly – Missouri, USA Lacteal Lady-Lager Liquid Love Delicious and delightful Logical and Longevous Lofty Liquor Motherlode of Love Lollapalooza Mother Luminary Mamma Labouring to yield Literally succulent Legitimately salubrious Leche of health Longing and Lingering Little One In Momma’s Lapland Lusting for Luscious, Leaking even Leaping Lacteal Lubricant So deliciously delivered Lick-able … Read More

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