Horiuno III breastfeeding tattoo - look how chunky the baby is!!! I love it

Horiuno III breastfeeding tattoo - look how chunky the baby is!!! I love it

Shifting Discourses of Motherhood: The Victorian Breastfeeding Photo Fad (click thru for analysis)

Shifting Discourses of Motherhood: The Victorian Breastfeeding Photo Fad (click thru for analysis)

Never realized that breastfeeding photos were a popular trend in the 1800's in the United States. Interesting! #breastfeeding #history

Bizarre pictures reveal the unlikely trend for photographs of breastfeeding mothers in Victorian-era America

Never realized that breastfeeding photos were a popular trend in the 1800's in the United States. Interesting! #breastfeeding #history

We hope you enjoy these beautiful historical breastfeeding images. Which one is your favorite? Migrant agricultural worker’s family. Nipomo, California 1936 . “The baby and the bear nursing” 1903   Inuit Woman Breast-feeding Baby, c1908   Beatrice Baxter Ruyl, in white cape, breastfeeding infant (Ruth Ruyl) 1905   A Javanese family at Tasik Malaya, Java …

Beautiful Breastfeeding Images from Our Past

We hope you enjoy these beautiful historical breastfeeding images. Which one is your favorite? Migrant agricultural worker’s family. Nipomo, California 1936 . “The baby and the bear nursing” 1903 Inuit Woman Breast-feeding Baby, c1908 Beatrice Baxter Ruyl, in white cape, breastfeeding infant (Ruth Ruyl) 1905 A Javanese family at Tasik Malaya, Java …

Breastfeeding seems normal to Big Bird!

Sesame Street Breastfeeding: Moms Push To Bring Nursing Back To TV Show

Albumen CDV Photograph measures approx. 2 1/4” by 3 1/2”  text on reverse reads “Winnebago Indians" there's no photographer's mark but is a known Image published by Joel E. Whitney of St. Paul, Minnesota. c. 1860 This is a striking image depicts a Winnebago Indian Hut with extensive drying racks in front. Three women sit in the grass in the foreground and a fourth woman can be seen farther back to the right. The Woman in the center of the Image is breastfeeding a child she holds in her arms.

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

Albumen CDV Photograph measures approx. 2 1/4” by 3 1/2” text on reverse reads “Winnebago Indians" there's no photographer's mark but is a known Image published by Joel E. Whitney of St. Paul, Minnesota. c. 1860 This is a striking image depicts a Winnebago Indian Hut with extensive drying racks in front. Three women sit in the grass in the foreground and a fourth woman can be seen farther back to the right. The Woman in the center of the Image is breastfeeding a child she holds in her arms.

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