Breastfeeding achievement awards

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Breastfeeding is undoubtedly the best option for a baby's nutritional needs. But it's not easy. A lot of people, for a lot of reasons, can't make it work and that's okay. But if you can, it's a wonderful thing and something to be proud of. If you can breastfeed for an extended period, then you really have cause to be proud of your accomplishment.

If you have a website or online journal, you can show your accomplishment with a Breastfeeding Achievement Award Ribbon from Gynosaur. Rachel breastfed both our kids for fourteen months -- a notable achievement for someone working a 12-hour day plus weekends. She could use the gold ribbon displayed here. I don't suppose we'll see many Jade ribbons on US-based web pages, but elsewhere, I gather they wouldn't be uncommon.

What do you think of this -- would you display one of these to show off your achievement? How long did you breastfeed?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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