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Many families lost their leftover milk supply in power outages.
"Women make this stuff look way too easy," the rapper said.
She opens up about the birth of her daughter Kit in her new book of essays.
"I'm laughing from both the joy and the excruciating pain of childbirth and postpartum."
Today's Parent shows a post-birth moment between mother and child in its full un-retouched glory.
Hiding in the bathroom or the hallway for a few minutes helps.
Like many of us, her hands were dry from coronavirus precautions.
Unlike viruses like HIV and Ebola, the novel coronavirus doesn't spread through breast milk.