The days may be long and the nights may be short, but decades later you’ll still remember those breastfeeding moments. Mother of four and grandmother of nine, Lynn still fondly remembers nursing her daughters as she guides them on their own breastfeeding journeys.
Affirmations for breastfeeding moms
My body is amazing and wonderful, and I love all the things it can do.
Just because I don’t love every moment of motherhood doesn’t mean I don’t LOVE being a mom.
I accept and love my children for who they are—accidents, spills, and tantrums included!
I am happy and excited to support other breastfeeding moms, sharing stories, laughter, and friendship.
Breastfeeding is awesome because the hormone, prolactin, not only makes milk but, physically helps me relax.
I am so thankful for my life as a mom.
It’s okay to not be perfect.
I trust my feelings and insights as a mother.
My breast milk continuously adapts as my baby grows to meet his or her changing nutritional needs.
It’s okay for me to make and take time for myself. I understand I need to be healthy in mind, body, and spirit in order to provide for my little ones.
It’s okay for me to ask for help and reach out to friends, family, medical professionals, and lactation consultants whenever necessary.