Episode 13 with Jori

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know (with Jori) Episode 13

Having a baby is the ultimate life-changing experience. And while breastfeeding is the most natural way to feed your baby, it doesn’t always come naturally. For first-time mom Jori, her breastfeeding journey was filled with minor struggles, such as latching issues, milk production problems, and a few unexpected surprises. But with dedication and trial and error, Jori was able to find the right balance and successfully breastfeed her baby. In this podcast, we will look at Jori’s story and the lessons she learned along the way that will help any breastfeeding mom to feel more empowered and confident when it comes to nursing their infant. Through Jori’s inspiring story and tips on overcoming the most common hurdles, you too will be able to find success in breastfeeding your newborn.


Bethany Lovern

July 6, 2023

Blogging, Podcasts


In this episode, Jori and Bethany discussed their experiences with breastfeeding, including challenges and learning curves. They shared stories of struggling with latching, milk production, and not knowing certain aspects of breastfeeding, but eventually found their way through trial and error.   They also talked about the challenges they faced, including the pain and the unexpected biting from their babies.



About Jori

I am a happily married mother of 4 who loves to help entrepreneurs and married folk get unstuck. I work along side my husband in life and in business. We encourage creativity through community.

Highlights

  • 0:00 Introduction of the podcast
  • 0:26 Jori introduces herself
  • 1:42 Talks about her breastfeeding journeys
  • 7:21 How did you have special time with each of your kids while breastfeeding
  • 10: 41 One thing you wish you would have known about breastfeeding
  • 13:29 What is your favorite breastfeeding product
  • 14:18 Where Mamas can connect Jori

Quotes

“They each have their own personalities.”

“You don’t know what you don’t know.”

“Of course, I am going to breastfeed.  What kind of mother am I?  I am going to breastfeed until they are 2 but that didn’t happen.”

“I didn’t understand milk ducts and when they kept saying the word I thought they said Milk Duds.

“The lactation specialist was very condescending.  She said “What, you don’t know how to breastfeed?  No Boo boo, I don’t, it’s my first kid.”

“I loved the glider for breastfeeding.”

“I understand how teeth work but nobody told me how gums work.”

Resources

Connect with Jori 

Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jorioneale/ 

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jori-oneale/

Suggested Products

Watch Full Episode

https://youtu.be/fV_E-e–W_4

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