Aren't you lucky girl or boy??
I saw this posted on facebook and wanted to share: http://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/bfinfo/7laws.html
I'll come out of the closet as a lactivist. I think breastfeeding is important for babies, mothers, and the whole world for about a million and one reasons. Helping breastfeeding mamas has been an important part of my life for several years, heck, since Reese was a baby. During the whole cancer thing I wasn't able to help as much as I had in the past, partly due to the dreaded Chemo Brain. And partly due to my need to mourn the loss of my own breastfeeding relationship with my son. He might have been a little past three years old when I was forced to wean him, but he wasn't ready and really, neither was I.
Anyway, I'm feeling better about both things, for the most part. I don't feel like I'm in a brain fog at least. Breastfeeding Eli...I think I'll always wish it had ended differently, but I'll never regret that I did what I could to make it as easy as possible for him, as gentle as possible for him. It's about balance and that can be difficult.
So breastfeed those babies!