On my return to work after my second child, six huge stacks of charts covered my desk awaiting my review, my schedule was booked, and, besides indulging me by looking at a few cute baby pictures, my colleagues expected me to jump right back into work. And believe me, I was actually glad to escape feeling like a human burp cloth. However, I had made a commitment to my child and to my family that I would continue to fulfill an important duty as a mother. I was committed to providing my son with human milk in order to...Read More
Author: Rachel Gagen
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