Affirmations for breastfeeding (35+)

Affirmations for breastfeeding

  • Every drop of liquid gold matters.
  • Some days we produce more milk than others; this is normal and will happen. Keep doing it!
  • Breathe and Netflix.
  • Your baby appreciates every drop of milk you make and loves you for being their mommy.
  • Each boob has a mind of its own!
  • Just take it day by day. Set small goals. You got this!
  • You’re a goddess.
  • It’s worth it.
  • Your baby has the best mom ever.
  • However much you are producing is enough – YOU are enough.
  • You were born to do this!
  • Everyone struggles with “can I really do this?” YES! Yes, you can! You are not alone.
  • Take it one session at a time!
  • You are a milk goddess!
  • You can do whatever you put your mind to.
  • You can do it! And if you can’t, that’s okay too.
  • Any amount that you pump or feed a baby is amazing.
  • You are enough and doing more than enough!
  • You’re amazing, mama! You’re doing better than you think you are! You’ve got this.
  • Your love for your baby is not measured in ounces.
  • You are doing all you can. You are a super woman! Be proud!
  • Babies nurse for comfort, not only hunger. You have enough milk for your baby!
  • You are more than just food.
  • Just keep pumping.
  • I have the ability to breastfeed my baby.
  • I have the right to breastfeed my daughter/son.
  • I am the right mom for this child. We were hand-picked to be together.
  • Breastfeeding my baby is an honor and a privilege.
  • I am a strong mom.
  • Breastfeeding is something I am proud of and refuse to feel shamed by.
  • Motherhood is beautiful; I am beautiful.
  • I CAN do this. I can do hard things.
  • I am not in this alone.
  • Breastfeeding is an incredible gift I’m giving my child.
  • This work of motherhood is important and vital.
  • I am a blessed and thankful mama.
  • I am good at breastfeeding.
  • I am making plenty of milk for my baby.
  • My body is nourishing my baby perfectly.
  • I am a great mother.
  • I balance the needs of my child with my own needs.
  • I am a loving, caring person.
  • I cherish the connections I am making with my child.
  • I release expectations and allow myself to do what is needed.
  • I allow myself to fully feel my feelings.
  • I appreciate my body for nourishing my baby.
  • I love what my body is capable of doing.
  • I acknowledge the end of this journey, and know that a new beginning is starting.
  • I give my all to my children.
  • I know that loving and supporting my child is the most important thing I can do as a mother.
  • My baby loves and cherishes what I give him.
  • My relationship with my baby is stronger because of breastfeeding.
  • I get to decide my worth as a mother.
  • I connect easily with my baby.
  • I am thankful to live in a world where there are many methods of feeding my baby.
  • I am grateful that my baby is happy and healthy.
  • I love my relationship with my child.
  • My baby is learning and growing into an amazing child.
  • I always choose what is best for my children and myself.
  • Every drop of milk my baby gets is a success
  • My baby and I are learning to breastfeed together
  • I am a strong woman and a good mother
  • I won’t give up on my hardest day. I’ll just give it one more day.
  • Each baby is a unique a beautiful soul with their own journey to follow
  • I trust my feelings and insights as a mother. I know my baby best.
  • I am gentle with myself and others
  • My body was designed to breastfeed
  • I make enough milk to meet my baby’s need
  • My baby is satisfied at my breast
  • Its okay when my baby wants to nurse ;more often
  • This is only a season of life and I won’t be breastfeeding forever.
  • I choose to cherish the moments I get to provide nourishment for my baby
  • I can make it another 10 days , 10 weeks, 10 months
  • I enjoy breastfeeding
  • I am doing my best
  • My baby and I are learning to work together to make breastfeeding successful.
  • My body makes all the milk my baby needs.
  • I have everything it takes to breastfeed my baby.
  • I appreciate the work my body is doing to nourish my baby.
  • My baby and I are bonding.
  • Even though I feel overwhelmed, I can still do this.
  • It’s okay that I feel exhausted because I am working hard.
  • I can make it another 10 hours. I will fight for another 10 hours.
  • I am doing my best.
  • It’s great if my baby wants to nurse often.
  • My body was made to do this. I can relax and let it happen.
  • It will get easier one feeding at a time.
  • I can ask for help whenever I need it. I have a great support system.
  • I am proud of myself for pushing on.
  • I am the best mother for my baby.
  • I am a good at breastfeeding.
  • My baby is getting all the nutrients she needs from my milk.
  • My baby is getting comforting and love from nursing.
  • It is ok if my baby nurses frequently.  Babyhood passes fast and this time is worth it.
  • When my baby fusses it is not a reflection of my parenting or my ability to nurse.
  • When baby spits up it doesn’t mean she is reacting to something I ate.
  • I feel loved when she falls asleep while nursing.
  • My baby is gaining weight like a champ.
  • I’m spoiling her with my milk.

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