7 myths about breastfeeding a toddler BUSTED!

Regardless of whether you breastfeed for one month or four years, your breastfeeding journey will eventually come to an end. Once your little one becomes a toddler, breastfeeding almost enters into ‘taboo’ territory and you may start to doubt your decision to continue to feed.

But you really shouldn’t.

7 myths totally busted

Although breastfeeding a toddler isn’t for everybody, if you do choose to breastfeed for more than a year, then you can rest assure knowing that these claims and comments about extended breastfeeding are completely false.

written by:

Jenna Galley

Born and raised in Canada, Jenna traded in the cold mountain air for the laid back lifestyle of Australia nine years ago. She is now a mum to one son, one daughter, one dog and one cat, all of whom live with her and her partner in Cairns, QLD. When not writing about the ups and downs of parenting, she is usually outside doing some form of physical activity or indulging in a glass of antioxidant-infused fruit drink. Okay, it's wine.