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You may be familiar with the cradle or football hold for breastfeeding, but have you ever seen someone nurse while working out? How about on the operating table? The Breastfeeding Project , a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing breastfeeding education and support to women in the Central Florida area and throughout the nation, has collected a series of "Extreme Nursing" images on their site. Here is a look at the nursing pictures they've compiled thus far, which range from sweet to unusual, touching to tear-jerking:. I immediately had two brain surgeries in the following weeks. Working with the Lactation Consultants at the hospital, I was able to breastfeed my eighteen-month-old daughter through both surgeries and treatment. Nearly two now, we still have a healthy breastfeeding relationship!
This Woman Breastfeeds Nearly Topless in a Pool and Her Gorgeous Photos Are Going Viral
The Lancet Series on Breastfeeding suggests that only 37 per cent of babies are exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life in low and middle-income countries. In India, the National Family Health Survey III, says that only one in four babies are initiated early for breastfeeding — within the first hour of birth- and fewer than half are exclusively breastfed up to six months. Breastfeeding is the most natural, cost-effective, environment friendly and readily available way to provide all children, rich or poor, with a healthy start to life.
A Native American mom hopes her breastfeeding photos will empower women and educate the world about motherhood in her culture. When photographer Vanessa Simmons stopped in Oklahoma City as part of her "Normalize Breastfeeding" tour , Banks traveled to the area to pose for photos in traditional Native garb while nursing her son, Nico. Banks told The Huffington Post she is passionate about breastfeeding as a very "natural" part of motherhood. Everyone is always on the go or in a hurry, and breastfeeding becomes cumbersome.