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My Baby’s Breasts

Ok, here’s the situation: You want to breastfeed for your baby’s health and the bonding, but not to the detriment of your breasts. Meaning, of course, you don’t want to be left with two deflated balloons on your chest once your child is done snacking on them for his or her livelihood. Well, guess what? That whole breastfeeding-makes-‘em-saggy thing…not true! Parentdish.com has the scoop.

Posted: 12/17/07