Where in the world is TheMilkinMama?

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Imagine, a Way to Collect Breast Milk Without a Pump: The Cut features The Milkin Mama.

 Discussing the power of knowing one's enoughness while reflecting on the 3 year anniversary of my accidentally, unassisted home-birth on Episode 204 of the podcast, A Year Ago Today

Discussing trauma, fear, and redemption as I revisit the death of a baby, Catherine, whom I babysat as a teenager, on the podcast, A Pitcher Full

Discussing hand expression with Marie Biancuzzo, an expert IBCLC,  on Voice America podcast

Romper's 10 Things An Expert Really Wants You to Know About Hand Expression

 

Additional Articles: 

Hello Beautiful on their Hello Live! show 

The Daily Mail

Elle.com (You may need tissues for this one.)

Mamamia of Australia 

The Daily Mail (again)

Kidspot

New York Magazine.

Cosmo's take.  

Mashable (See why Padma Lakshmi tweeted about me!)

Another from Kidspot

Pop Sugar

Huff Post UK

The View  

SheKnows

Telemundo

Brigitte

Mamamia (again)

Refinery29

SELF.com

Mom.me

The backstory: In March of 2016, a photo (taken by my husband) of me giving birth to my daughter by myself on my bed went viral. To celebrate her first birthday, I posted it to a private, closed group on Facebook dedicated to talking about childbirth, NYC Birth. It was reported for violating Facebook's community standards, so it was removed, and I was blocked from Facebook. New York Magazine contacted me to tell the story and publish the photo, and after careful consideration, my husband and I agreed. Publications around the world picked up the photo, and it has been seen and written about in the US, the UK, Australia, Italy, Latin America, South America, Israel, and Taiwan. Soon after, I shared the much longer, more meaningful story behind my birth with an incredible mama reporter. You see, my experience of my birth was directly connected to a major trauma I experienced as a teen. I believe healing from that tragedy was the reason I was able to birth my baby by myself. As my story got out, word about TheMilkinMama spread and publications began writing about my mission to make hand expression easier for mamas around the world.

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