Nursing Mother Working Mother: The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to Work review ↠ 0

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free download × PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook é Gale Pryor Used Book in good condition May have some markings and writings Note The above used product classif. I like the encouraging nature of this book but I feel that some of the practical advice is way off I liked the chapter on the nutritional benefits of breastmilk it went into great detail and I learned some new fun facts But now for the problematic materialFirst up she often writes babies when she means to say newborns The advice given is mainly for babies less than 6 weeks Next the study claiming babies need to nurse on both sides for 10 minutes to get enough hindmilk Not all babies nurse the same Mine does 5 minutes on one side per meal sometimes People should not obsess about hindmilk so much It all works itself out Next the bit on co sleeping I am not against co sleeping I co slept for 6 weeks and still do occasionally My daughter is fine sleeping in her crib all night now at 3 months This bit on co sleeping sort of made me feel guilty that I'm not sleep bonding with her I think the book should be open minded to the fact that in some situations everyone does sleep better with baby in hisher own space Anywayshe also advices that once baby starts eating solids you can put away your pump while at work I don't think this is a really good idea unless you have 3 months of reserved milk stored Even still your supply will drop without those pumping sessions I don't think I would do this until I am getting close to weaning

review Nursing Mother, Working Mother: The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to Work

Nursing Mother, Working Mother: The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to Work review ↠ 0 ñ Used Book in good condition May have some markings and writings Note The above used product classificatio Ication has been solely undertaken by the seller shall neither be liable nor responsible for any us. Wonderful book Helps dispel the myths that returning to work means an end to breastfeeding Pryor provides strategies for making the return to work less stressful for nursing parent and baby as well as tricks and tips to common breastfeeding stumbles Her description of the bond between baby and nursing parent is tear inducing

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Nursing Mother Working Mother The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to WorkEd product classification undertaken by the seller A to Z Guarantee not applicable on used products. I found this book damn near perfect It seamlessly combines all the practical advice a working mother needs about pumping and storing her milk with the emotional wisdom about how to meld the two spheres of a working mother's life in a way that is mutually beneficial for all parties involved especially her baby The authors also give a nice nod to all of the working mothers in our anthropological history and point out that the phenomenon of stay at home homemaker mothers is a relatively recent one The book continually emphasizes that a healthy attachment is the best way to minimize the effects of freuent lengthy separations on mother and baby There were great tips on living life as a nursing working mother unapologetically in both realms I really enjoyed the discussion of how women are often encouraged to compartmentalize their lives minimizing their role as a mother in the workplace in order to be seen as able to compete with men Women entered the workplace often attempting to emulate men while the authors postulate that a better option is for women to offer our uniue set of strengths and talents There are some excellent tips for maintaining credibility in the workplace after having a baby and avoiding the mommy trackInspirational and empowering I highly recommend this to all mothers working outside the home or not to foster respect amongst ourselves for all the different shapes and forms motherhood can take