""wet nurse"" women with a passion to breastfeed in new zealand

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Since: May 11

Christchurch, New Zealand

#1 May 16, 2011
I've started this forum for like-minded women to share there passion of breastfeeding, in particular those open minded, who believe there special gift to lactate and nurture, should be able to breastfeed others in need, without prejudice, instead of a Wet nurse being thought of as taboo..
We are all aware of the unequalled benefits of breast milk,, however those benefits are multiplied, when fed via the breast, rather than expressed and bottle fed..
If you're a breastfeeding mother,, have a desire to re-lactate,, or wish to help others with your natural gift to induce lactation for the first time, Please share your thoughts?
I live in Canterbury but welcome input from through-out the country.
Yes I'm looking to connect with a Wet nurse..

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Since: Apr 11

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#2 May 17, 2011
Well I think this is a great idea?

I was just wondering is it possible to make a career out of being a wet nurse? If so don't you constantly have to be either in the final stages of pregnancy or to have a new born to lactate...

So in terms of a career choice what is the length span of your career?
Kella

Christchurch, New Zealand

#4 Apr 30, 2012
I think it is a fantastic Idea I would defiantly wet nurse. There is so much pressure on woman to both be in the work force and breast feeding babies. To do both well is really really tricky and requires an extraordinary effort. Also it would be great to help with premature babies when their Mother's have not yet got their milk in as was the case when I had My twins. To know that My baby was able to have the very best in terms of Breast milk when they are at their most vulnerable make sense to me. I also love that it gives woman who have had their breast removed due to medical conditions or those who have another medical condition preventing them from breast feeding options to be able to choose breast milk for their babies. It seems sad to me that it has become less and less acceptable over here in New Zealand when it is common practice in many other country's. Many Celebs hire wet nurses for between 6 and 24 months and wet nurses there are paid up to 2000 USD per week!
john doe

Wanganui, New Zealand

#5 Apr 30, 2012
im male and i wood like to be a wetnurse more than you wood know
thankyou

Christchurch, New Zealand

#6 May 1, 2012
finallllly....

Since: May 11

Hastings, New Zealand

#7 May 2, 2012
john doe wrote:
im male and i wood like to be a wetnurse more than you wood know
not if she has a bladder problem..
John

New Zealand

#8 Jun 12, 2012
ISOWETNURSE wrote:
I've started this forum for like-minded women to share there passion of breastfeeding, in particular those open minded, who believe there special gift to lactate and nurture, should be able to breastfeed others in need, without prejudice, instead of a Wet nurse being thought of as taboo..
We are all aware of the unequalled benefits of breast milk,, however those benefits are multiplied, when fed via the breast, rather than expressed and bottle fed..
If you're a breastfeeding mother,, have a desire to re-lactate,, or wish to help others with your natural gift to induce lactation for the first time, Please share your thoughts?
I live in Canterbury but welcome input from through-out the country.
Yes I'm looking to connect with a Wet nurse..
If you prefer to discuss off line, simply sign up (Top of page), and personal msg me in complete anonymity.
Could you email me as i'm not sure about posting on here?jan19671@hotmail.com

Since: May 11

Christchurch, New Zealand

#9 Aug 11, 2012
Kella wrote:
I think it is a fantastic Idea I would defiantly wet nurse. There is so much pressure on woman to both be in the work force and breast feeding babies. To do both well is really really tricky and requires an extraordinary effort. Also it would be great to help with premature babies when their Mother's have not yet got their milk in as was the case when I had My twins. To know that My baby was able to have the very best in terms of Breast milk when they are at their most vulnerable make sense to me. I also love that it gives woman who have had their breast removed due to medical conditions or those who have another medical condition preventing them from breast feeding options to be able to choose breast milk for their babies. It seems sad to me that it has become less and less acceptable over here in New Zealand when it is common practice in many other country's. Many Celebs hire wet nurses for between 6 and 24 months and wet nurses there are paid up to 2000 USD per week!
Do you still have eyes on this forum Kella?
Love to discuss your interest further?
Open your eyes

Holden, MA

#10 Aug 21, 2012
I'm 28 years old and was never breast fed , my mother said I was to ugly. Is it to late for me to enjoy the experience of being breast fed or should I just continue drinking beer. Please advise, I'm thirsty HIc. Up.
Anonymous

Auckland, New Zealand

#11 Jul 7, 2013
ISOWETNURSE wrote:
I've started this forum for like-minded women to share there passion of breastfeeding, in particular those open minded, who believe there special gift to lactate and nurture, should be able to breastfeed others in need, without prejudice, instead of a Wet nurse being thought of as taboo..
We are all aware of the unequalled benefits of breast milk,, however those benefits are multiplied, when fed via the breast, rather than expressed and bottle fed..
If you're a breastfeeding mother,, have a desire to re-lactate,, or wish to help others with your natural gift to induce lactation for the first time, Please share your thoughts?
I live in Canterbury but welcome input from through-out the country.
Yes I'm looking to connect with a Wet nurse..
If you prefer to discuss off line, simply sign up (Top of page), and personal msg me in complete anonymity.
hi how are you?
I found your profile through facebook breastfeedingnz and hoping I could ask something...
sorry for random question but have good reasons which can explain honestly and innocently.
can I ask if you breastfeed at the moment if not intrusive of me to ask.
sorry if rudeor offensive, can explain in more detail if ok but basically it is something my doctor recommended for me for added health reasons which is a weird topic to bring up as very embarrassing. My fiancee supports me in taking a litlle risk in asking/mentioning the topic to some mothers to hopefully source or get some positive and or negative feedback etc.
I understand if not interested but hoping may be curious etc and reply to discuss further.
Thank you kindly for taking time to read my message and once again sorry for anything that may have upset or offended you in any way!
Marcus

Since: May 13

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#12 Nov 13, 2014
ISOWETNURSE wrote:
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Do you still have eyes on this forum Kella?
Love to discuss your interest further?
Sure do

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