Breastfeeding Education Might Not Be What You Think It Is

By Deann Shaffner As a mother and La Leche League leader, I often hear stories from other mothers about their breastfeeding experience. The experiences they relay are often from their first few weeks after giving birth. Though every mother’s story is different, I have noticed an underlying issue many seem to face. I realize thatContinue reading “Breastfeeding Education Might Not Be What You Think It Is”

TRACKING THE COURSE OF MUTINY AGAINST THE TYRANNY

Op-ed, Martha Joy Rose May 13, 2019  Despite headlines and discourse, the most unchanging thing about motherhood is how much it doesn’t change. While parenting narratives in the public arena are more visible than ever, while books on mothers and mothering are written and published at a dizzying pace (see Demeter Press among others), andContinue reading “TRACKING THE COURSE OF MUTINY AGAINST THE TYRANNY”

The End & The Beginning, Gallery Show with Sarah Irvin, NYC

Sarah Irvin, mother-artist, curator, and founder of the Artist/Parent Index, is part of a two-person show titled “The End & The Beginning” on birth and death, January 11th- February 17th at Massey Klein Gallery in New York City. # # The show features a 2400+ page sculptural book/card catalog that documents every time Irvin breastfed. Details areContinue reading “The End & The Beginning, Gallery Show with Sarah Irvin, NYC”