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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

World Breastfeeding Week

For World Breastfeeding Week my goal was to personally get five Permission to Mother books to local physicians. I also received a mini-stipend from FLCA to cover minor expenses for World Breastfeeding Week celebration. I had no excuse now to get those books out. Today I got two distributed! I presented the book as a gift for WBW and a story about my journey to my unique Breastfeeding Medicine practice. (Yes, the photos nipped their curiousity!)

I went to Cornerstone Pediatrics because Dr. Aponte is my official pediatric hospital back-up. I thanked him for providing back up coverage for my patients even though I never need his services.

I saw Dr. Z. also. He has been the most supportive of the midwives by providing the closest thing to back-up services than any other physician.

Dr. Laguerre. We've had many mutual patients over the years.

I am encouraged because both physicians appreciated me dropping by. As I make it to more offices I will add it to this list. I hope to make it to Martin County on Thursday.

1 comment:

Christy ~ Munch75 said...

I wonder if Dr. Z is the same Dr that was my dr's backup when I was in labor at Lawnwood. If so, was an excellent Dr! They were on the fence with a c-section, and he would have done it ... I was very lucky and didn't, but all of our interactions with him were positive and informative. :)

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