Lailing Serrano


Our Mission

We are creating opportunities for mamas to walk this path of motherhood together, find the resources they need, and get the support all women deserve. Our purpose is to help women in the journey of motherhood by sharing our experiences, in hopes that we can all grow together.

mama blog

Ahh the new year, the time where we feel the pressure to start something new or maybe continue with that resolution we carry year by year. I’m not going to talk about New Year's resolutions, I personally don’t like them. I’ve tried many years and failed hard, and at the time I did not practice self compassion. So, I want to share my goals that I’ve been working on for the past six months! 

Hi and welcome, I am happy to see that you stopped by.

I want to share with you guys the reason I started this movement and I hope to see it grow, because that will mean that it’s reaching more mothers and hopefully helping you in some type of way.

Let me take you back to 2017. After my daughter Lea Marie was born, my husband and I were living in Jefferson,GA. Away from family and friends. Came home from the hospital scared as crap with this newborn, my nipples were already cracked and I didn’t even know it was bad! One of Adrian’s friends dropped off some food by the door and just texted him that it was outside. At the time I didn’t know how big of a deal that was. As it was getting darker breastfeeding was becoming more and more painful. I took a breastfeeding class weeks before she was born, but unfortunately with breastfeeding, no matter how many classes you take, it’s all about bringing baby to breast and practice, practice, practice! The support of your spouse and village!(which not all of us have) We didn’t have a village at the time. I called my long time friend to give me some pointers on what I could do. I called the lactation consultant at the hospital and she told me to pump, eh, that just didn’t feel like right, because if it was going to get better, “I needed to put my baby to my breast no matter how painful it was” that’s what I said to myself, in my head, not outloud. I was being SO unkind to new mom lali. I didn’t notice I was doing it though. 

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