Hello and welcome, this is a place for all future moms and those who just had their baby and want to achieve a successful breastfeeding.
Who am I?
My name is Pao Laffitte, I am 22 years old and I live in Paraguay.
I’m a first-time mother of a beautiful prince named Leonardo Benjamin, he’s the light of my life and my engine to get ahead in all my projects.
As I am a mother for the first time I didn’t want to fall for all the myths that always existed in relation to motherhood and especially to breastfeeding. I had a bad experience with breastfeeding, my baby had no sucking reflex at birth, that made it very difficult for him to latch on to my breast. I managed to breastfeed thanks to the nipple shields but I could only do it for a month and a half, since then he only takes formula.
I felt so bad for that because I always wanted to breastfeed my baby, since then I have informed myself a lot and I always encourage all mothers and even more future mothers to achieve a successful breastfeeding, which will be a gift of love so special for their babies. There is nothing better than breast milk!
This is how “Breastfeeding a gift for life” was born
Although I couldn’t do it, I decided to help all the mothers so they can face all the difficulties and overcome them.
As mothers, whether we are first-time or with several children, we all need support and updated information, breaking the myths in relation to breastfeeding. We have the opportunity to give our babies the best and with information and help, we can achieve it.
What will you find in “Breastfeeding a gift for life”?
A lot of information from reliable and updated sources. All about preparing for breastfeeding, growth crises, tips, and advice so that every difficulty that is presented is overcome.
I recently obtained my certificate in auxiliary technician of breastfeeding and I have so much to share with all of you.
I will always be there for all of you, this is not just a blog, it’s a mom helping another, feel free to ask me anything I’ll be more than happy to help.
Happy breastfeeding! 🙂