My name is Jamie, I just delivered a beautifu Healthy 9lb5oz baby girl on 1/17/08, this is our 3rd child(we have 2 boys as well)I suffered with ppd horribly bad with both of my other kids, with my last son it was most severe and I don't think it ever went completly away, I struggled with breastfeeding and was unable to do it after a raging infection, I felt inadequate and with the help of other's opinions I felt like I robbed my child of his health by giving him formula(long story!) I still haven't forgiven myself and find myself on a personal mission to make breastfeeding work this time at all costs, no matter what pain or sacrafices and I fear that if I fail I will really loose it, I have already had some problems with breastfeeding and I can't help but blame myself
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