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Okay, so every once in awhile I get a wild hair up my butt to write an article for Associated Content.

Here are two I wanted to share with you guys...

And of course I'd love to hear your feedback! (the good stuff of course!)

This one is one I wrote with a neighbor friend of mine. Our goal is to meet once a week so we can write more. Here's our first attempt.

Why Breastfeeding Can Just Suck It
And then here's one that I wrote myself about keeping your New Years Resolutions:

Tips to Keep Your New Years Resolutions
So there ya go. Check em out and have a Happy Monday!


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Comment by Summa on March 10, 2009 at 11:36pm
I'm so glad you liked it!!! We got a lot of positive feedback from formula feeders, but you are the first nursing mom to support it. I was a little worried about any backlash we might receive!
Comment by Dagmar Bleasdale on March 10, 2009 at 11:05pm
Oh, this is the funniest thing I have read in a long time :) I am a huge breastfeeding advocate, have been breastfeeding my son for over 2 years, and blog about it and other mommy issues on my blog, DagmarBleasdale.com, but I do believe that you have every right to stop when it doesn't work for you. Hey, you both gave it a long try! Thanks for this article, I know many moms who feel terrible because they could not breastfeed their child, and you are empowering them to be okay with doing what was best for them.

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