In celebration of Breastfeeding Week, here are some encouraging scriptures on breastfeeding for new and expecting mothers. Feel free to print them as reminders. Sarah’s ability to breastfeed even at an old age gave me hope in moments of breastfeeding challenges. I pray theses scriptures give you hope and help you see that God is […]
In Luke 18:16, Jesus said the kingdom of God belongs to those who are childlike. Jesus’ statement implies that the little ones around us can help us understand the faith life and God’s heart. In The Little Ones devotional, I drew a parallel between the life of faith and early childhood. You will learn how […]
It is nearly impossible for a breastfeeding mother to forget her infant. She is the source of food and comfort for her little one, and her breasts keep her connected to her little one regardless of the distance. While seeking God’s heart concerning an issue two weeks ago, Isaiah 49:15 was impressed on my heart. […]
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Day 3 of the 7-Day Devotional for new parents/mothers. Be Blessed! By the God of your father who will help you, by the Almighty who will bless you with blessings of heaven above, blessings of the deep that crouches beneath, blessings of the breasts and of the womb. Genesis 49:25 (ESV) The newborn must eat […]
A month ago, I weaned the little one. He was exactly 15 month-old and I think that’s good enough because I followed my momma instinct. It is great to breastfeed if one has no medical impediment. You can read more on breastfeeding by visiting the American Academy of Pediatrics website. Every mom should also be […]
In case you don’t know, cabbage weaning is a thing. A thing my fitness coach brought to my attention two months ago. Whoever discovered or invented putting cabbage leaves on the breast to help reduce engorgement deserves a Faith Award. How did the woman come up with that? What was she thinking? I find it […]
I am getting close to reclaiming my boobs. It will no longer be used as a pacifier, midnight snack, daytime comforter, bonding tool, and all the good stuffs associated with breastfeeding. It’s been a slow and steady weaning process for the little one and it has been quite an easy journey for me. I am […]
I think a lot of moms have been in my shoes. Let’s be honest. There was a time you had to or there will be a time you will have to take your child to the bathroom while you do number 2…except you are Hollywood type of rich or have a 24/7 nanny, family assistance, and husband services.
I ensure my baby’s food is in very good condition before he consumes it. The only time I don’t take on the role of a food taster for the little one is when I breastfeed him. While casually checking the temperature of my baby’s water by taking a sip before handing it over to him, […]
My baby’s transition from solely needing breastfeeding/breastmilk to complementary feeding is a call to spiritual growth for me. It also reminds me of the scripture where Paul chastised some believers for not growing spiritually.
“Antibodies are passed from mother to baby through the placenta during the last three months of pregnancy. This gives the baby some protection when they are born. The type and amount of antibodies passed to the baby depends on the mother’s own level of immunity……”
While our children are still under our spiritual covering, they must not be overcomed by that which cannot overcome us!