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Jaime H.
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Blogger, breastfeeder, AP'er, editor, wine-drinkin' momma
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I'm a first-time mom, making my way through extended breastfeeding, co-sleeping, attachment parenting, PPD, a full-time job, and still trying to figure out who I am now that becoming a mother has totally rocked my world. My blog (www.jamesandjax.com) is my version of cheap therapy!

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Survived a c-section, postpartum depression, and nearly 3 years of breastfeeding. Is there a medal for that? Oh, and I work full time as an editor and blog, too.
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