Category: ’Feed with Love and Respect’

Make sure not to be angry, mama.

March 30th, 2015 by Dionna - 6 Comments

Her little voice, bravely reminding me to choose love over anger, has the ability to lower my blood pressure instantaneously. These are the rewards of learning to be compassionate together.

Jackie’s Weaning Story: Mixed Feelings

March 2nd, 2015 by Dionna - Leave a comment

“I had mixed feelings about weaning. A part of me felt sad cutting that bond, while another part knew it was time to set her free from my body.” Read more about Jackie’s weaning story.

Consciously Creating My Community: Monthly Dinners

August 12th, 2014 by Dionna - 13 Comments

How have you intentionally created community? My goal for the year is to cultivate community. One way I’ve done that is to help organize two different monthly dinners with friends.

25 Common Breastfeeding Myths (and why they are wrong)

February 16th, 2014 by Dionna - 2 Comments

Because breastfeeding is not normalized in our culture, myths still abound about what is “normal,” how breastfeeding babies “should act,” etc. Many of our myths double as breastfeeding “booby traps,” and can injure your breastfeeding relationship. Educate yourself about the facts of breastfeeding so you can feel confident in responding to – or simply ignoring – people who try to feed you breastfeeding myths.

Does breastfeeding ever get easier?

January 20th, 2014 by Dionna - Leave a comment

This article is part of the Building Blocks to a Healthy Breastfeeding Relationship series, a series I wrote to accompany a presentation I did for the Healthy Child Summit. Be sure to sign up for a free 22 day sneak preview at the Healthy Child Summit website. Beginning in February…


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