The thing I miss most about my motherhood is nursing… It was such a wonderful experience for me.... the closeness, the bond, and the knowledge that I was doing the best that I could for her at the time, which somehow, now, it never seems like I can do enough for her...

I feel sorry for myself (and my lil girl) that I only could've nursed her for four months =( If given a choice, I would want to be an exclusive, long term breast feeder, as long as my baby wants to.. But the thing is, she kinda weaned herself when I only refused to feed her with my precious breastmilk for a day because I wasn't feeling well during that time.

I loved the time I was breastfeeding Azumi and I miss it (not to mention missing my fabulous breasts! lol)

Seriously, sometimes I miss breastfeeding... I miss the moments.. I miss my baby being a baby.. I think it's one of the essences of motherhood -- the principle of being able to think and give the best you can for your child, the love.

For future moms, I strongly recommend breastfeeding your baby for 101 or more reasons...

Photobucket mommy moments

15 kawaii thoughts:

Mrs. Kolca said... [Reply to comment]

Hala! Ang laki ng ipinayat mo sis since you gave birth! Galing.

chubskulit said... [Reply to comment]

Sinabi mo pa Bams. Kaya nga I did not wean Rylie until EJ was born lol.. So yung breastmilk ko is tuloy tuloy until nagquit si EJ (2 years old).Advantageous talaga ang breastfeeding, my kids never had an ear infection and they seldom got sick.. Thanks for joining again kahit supah busy ka. Umuwi na pala si sissy mo, kakamiss naman..

Gizelle said... [Reply to comment]


had to laugh but of course agree all the more. Those are heartwarming photos and the bond breastfeeding gives a mom and her baby is really wonderful...

Genki? Di na ko nakakavisit...namiss ko tuloy si Anzu. :) Happy weekend!

AC said... [Reply to comment]

ay ako din... this is one thing I miss so much about alyssa... I breastfed her exclusively for more than 10 months, and I mean exclusively, no formula intervention... and it feels so good! I lovet!!!

♥peachkins♥ said... [Reply to comment]

lucky you you were able to breastfeed for four months.. I was only able to for a month!

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judys424 said... [Reply to comment]

Buti ka pa umabot ng 4 months. I only made it to 2 because I had to get back to work. :) I agree that breastmilk is the best for babies.

My post is late, hope you can come over to my site and visit. :) Happy MM!

Gizelle said... [Reply to comment]

P.S. my post was an article from 2002 :D Pero I don’t find anything wrong with learning art and music, mas ok nga yon kesa walang ginagawa ang mga kids right? Minsan lang kasi mahal... :D ok,see you uli soon!

Mel Alarilla said... [Reply to comment]

Yes, breastfeeding your baby is the most warm and endearing moments of your motherhood. There is that special bond between baby and mommy that no one else can share. It is as if the world stood still for that single bonding moment for the two most wonderful creatures of the universe. Thanks for the touching post. God bless you all always.

simply kim said... [Reply to comment]

that is so true, i breastfed my oldest for a year and a month, my second for a year and my youngest for two and a half years, it felt great!

Clarissa said... [Reply to comment]

Yan din ang nami-miss ko sa mga anak ko--breastfeeding.I breastfed them for one a half years kaya hinde sila masyadong nagkakasakit nung baby pa sila.Love the photos!

nuts said... [Reply to comment]

you're right bambie. i breastfed my two children. my older baby for 2months and my youngest is 2years. there are many benefits of breastfeeding aside from special bonding between mom and child. sigh, i miss those moments too. how precious.

Sherry said... [Reply to comment]

yeah just think of how much money you save on milk powder.

zek said... [Reply to comment]

tita, mom is breastfeeding me since i'm only 9 months old today. ;p I miss breastfeeding every two hours. I love breastfeeding. I don't like bottle.

Tetcha said... [Reply to comment]

One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is breastmilk. I was able to breastfeed my son for only a week. Sigh!That's because I had to be on medication to regulate my prolactin hormone.

Chris said... [Reply to comment]

the beauty and wonder of breastfeeing! :D i miss it too!

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