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Announcing New Groups

Kimberly Jarest, New Hampshire, United States of America I would like to share my story of becoming a new Leader in New Hampshire, USA, during the pandemic. My joy for breastfeeding started by breastfeeding our two sons. Both breastfeeding journeys were very different, and my love for the whole process just kept growing. In 2018, … Read More

La Leche League Support in Social Media Groups

By Ellen Mateer – West Yorkshire, UK   Being a nursing mother or parent can be an isolating experience, even under normal circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic has left many new parents without a lot of the support they would normally expect to be available. We have long known that support is critical to helping families … Read More

A Tale of Two Groups

Justine Hirsch, Gainesville, Florida, USA, Tori McIntosh, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA What does it take to grow a successful Group? The answers depend on who you ask and the needs of potential participants in the local community. However, there are some common practices that successful Groups have in common. Leaders from two Groups with high … Read More

Leadership Across Generations: Maria Teresa and Maria Teresa

Mother and Daughter in Mexico Maria Teresa Jaime Ortega—LLL Leader—Mexico My name is Maria Teresa Jaime Ortega, I am 29 years old, and I have been involved with La Leche League (LLL) for 24 years, even though I have been an accredited LLL Leader only since 13 February 2021. Yes, you read that right! The … Read More

Welcome to our 65th Celebratory Issue

Welcome to our 65th celebratory issue of Breastfeeding Today and Leader Today! In this issue, we have a wonderful selection of contributions from Leaders around the world sharing their love and memories of La Leche League over the last 65 years.   Thanks to you La Leche League is 65 Years Old By Marian Tompson … Read More

Why I Chose LLL

Veronica Rohalevich, Mtein, Lebanon La Leche League came into my life when I was pregnant with my third daughter. Breastfeeding was always my main goal in nurturing and raising children, and I had wanted to breastfeed them with all my heart… However, I had two previous unsuccessful breastfeeding experiences with my older children due to … Read More

Leadership Across Generations: Michele and Christina

Mother-Daughter Leadership through the Generations Michele Lein and Christina Forga, mother and daughter, describe their story as Leaders in Minnesota, USA. Christina My mother (Michele Lein) became a La Leche League Leader in 1983 when I was two years old, just before my brother was born. I am the oldest of six children, and my … Read More

Leadership Across Generations: Ginny and Lynn

LLL Mother-Daughter Musings Three of Ginny Braun’s four daughters became LLL Leaders and later, Ginny followed suit! Ginny and her daughter Lynn Huber co-lead LLL of Warren, Michigan. Here Ginny and Lynn tell their story of being Leaders together. Ginny first found La Leche League (LLL) in Detroit Michigan in the early 1970s. She had … Read More

Leaders Who Stay

We asked Leaders who stay in La Leche League despite having weaned long ago: “Why does LLL continue to be important to you?” Paula Hinson, Farnham Group, Great Britain. Accredited in 2000. I was guided to LLL Farnham by a friend who was and still is a Leader (Ginny Eaton) as soon as she heard … Read More

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