Never Settle: The Breast Is Yet To Come

Kelli with her son, now 17 months, and her husband Jon

When I was pregnant, I dreamed about a future freezer filled with breastmilk that would keep my son happy and growing after I returned to work.

Left: Kelli and her son, 4 weeks old; Right: Kelli and her son, 4 months old, snuggling before Kelli’s first day back to work after maternity leave
Kelli’s son, now 17 months old, loves his BIOMILQ Teddy Bear
Strawberry picking at Eno River Farm in Hillsborough, NC

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