In this post I am going to share one of my biggest breastfeeding struggles during the newborn stage, why my baby used to always cry at the breast.
Are you pregnant and expecting a bundle of joy soon? Or maybe you just had your little peanut and are experiencing some breastfeeding struggles. Breastfeeding is hard! I don’t care what anybody says!
Well here you can find some of the biggest breastfeeding struggles and concerns I had with breastfeeding my little handsome boy, starting with breastfeeding battles right after my unexpected c-section, to months later when he was ALWAYS crying at the breast. WHY? You’ll have to read to find out!
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