To-wen Tseng

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The Case of Relactation

Baby Jasper weaned himself at 18 months old, weeks after I had a surgery to remove a benign tumor in my left breast. That was unexpected. I planned to breast him for at least two years, like I did for his big brother. But it hurt badly to breastfeed in the first days after the

The Return of Breastsleeping

In the industrialized Western world, we often expect babies to sleep over night as early as possible while “sleeping like a baby” in the first three months really means, according to Dr. James McKenna, sleeping near the mother, waking up frequently and being breastfed. He named the arrangement “breastsleeping.” “Infants are contact seekers,” said Dr.

Thank you for breastfeeding

Fall is in full swing. Some of my personal favorite memories of the season has breastfeeding involved. When I had my first child and my parents flied half way around the planet to visit, I decided to take them to the safari park when it cooled down. Without any surprise, the baby got hungry when

Making The Most Out Of #NBM19

It’s National Breastfeeding Month and I’m celebrating with activists throughout the first food field. So many of my fellow believers have been working so hard on protecting babies’ rights to get best nutrition and I’m honored in collaboration with many dedicated advocates from around the country. I have so many to write about today, just