For some moms, breastfeeding comes easy. But for others, it sucks. And not in the way you want it to.
Joy Hwang, a Los Angeles mom and illustrator, was having a difficult time connecting with her now 18-month-old daughter. Both her and baby spent nights in tears as she struggled to produce enough milk. To cope with her breastfeeding frustrations, she did what she does best: draw.
Her site Mom is Drawing was born shortly after baby was. She used this as a platform to illustrate daily life with a little one, featuring pictures of her traveling with baby, baby in the stroller or baby taking a selfie with mommy. Hwang also brought life to a more emotional motherhood struggle: breastfeeding.
She shared her story through her swift strokes.
“One of the hardest…
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