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Updated: 2007-01-20T13:20:00Z

 



The only buses I know are SPTA buses. I didn't grow up in this part of PA. Small world indeed....

2008-08-26T20:53:22Z

The only buses I know are SPTA buses. I didn't grow up in this part of PA. Small world indeed....

The only buses I know are SPTA buses. I didn't grow up in this part of PA. Small world indeed.

I'm not in that picture. There are about 20 new moms and babies that attend the Thursday afternoon breast feeding support group and about 7 of us that attend an every other Saturday working mom bf support group that she has.

I'll have to look into being a part of the mini-marathon. I was running 6 to 9 miles per week before conceiving my youngest. I'm trying to get back in shape. At least breast feeding has helped take off pregnancy weight! I'm 40 years old and have the fastest metabolism I've had since teenage years. I love that benefit.




That's so great! She sounds like a fantastic lactation consultant. Really cute babies in the picture, too! Small world, indeed....

2008-08-26T00:14:46Z

That's so great! She sounds like a fantastic lactation consultant. Really cute babies in the picture, too! Small world, indeed....

That's so great! She sounds like a fantastic lactation consultant. Really cute babies in the picture, too!

Small world, indeed. I went to Haverford College and took lots of classes at Bryn Mawr. Do those ancient Blue Buses still run?




I just wanted to comment that it's a small world. If you go to the International Breast Milk Project website...

2008-08-26T20:48:50Z

I just wanted to comment that it's a small world. If you go to the International Breast Milk Project website...

I just wanted to comment that it's a small world. If you go to the International Breast Milk Project website link, you'll see on the right about "giving thanks", about of group of Mom's from Bryn Mawr, PA that thanked their lactation consultant by donating in her name and I'm a part of that group.