Fort Worth Moms is pleased to offer "Breastfeeding Resources in and Around Tarrant County" to help you find and navigate the many local resources available for your family.
The lack of sleep alone can drive a person crazy so for all the new moms-to-be I am pleading with you to find someone who can help you. It's not a job that you can do alone.
Some of what I found was helpful, but there was a lot that added to my anxiety. If you are so inclined, let me save you time by sharing my top resources that will get you the information you crave while avoiding info overload.
The amount of shame I felt about breastfeeding was intense. Not only did I feel like I failed her (I had postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety, as well), I also felt shamed by my husband's family.
Disclaimer :: This article is written by a certified nurse, however this is solely her own experience and advice. Please consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns regarding your own health. Also, this post contains affiliate...
New baby in the house or on the way? Does the question of breastfeeding have your head spinning? Tarrant County has a plethora of knowledge to help answer your questions and guide you to make the choices best for your family.
As a type B gal in my previous life, schedules were nice but not necessary. To-do lists felt suffocating to my spontaneity. After twins, lists were the only thing that kept us all sane. I became type A.