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The Food of Love: Your Formula for Successful Breastfeedingby Kate Evans
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Baby books don't have to be boring!
The Food of Love is a fresh and funny look at motherhood.
Acclaimed author, cartoonist, and mother Kate Evans explores all aspects of attachment parenting, breastfeeding, and babycare using the perfect mix of words, pictures, personal insights, and humor. She explains everything you'll need to know to breastfeed successfully, and a lot more . . .
So, what's so special about breastmilk, anyway?
See step-by-step instructions for your first feeds.
Learn how often to feed your baby.
Breastfeed in your sleep.
Beat the baby blues.
Discover why babies cry.
Find help for breastfeeding complaints.
Check out "The Mama Sutra": breastfeeding positions.
Bonus: the book is square, so it'll stay open, and you can read it when you've got both hands full!
THIS BOOK WILL NOT TELL YOU how to look after your baby. Your baby is your baby, and so utterly unique, it is not like any of the ones in the books.
THIS BOOK WILL TELL YOU all the information you need to breastfeed successfully . . .
ALONG WITH some refreshingly honest discussions about childcare and original insights into all those things you may not have thought about . . .
AS WELL AS loads of fantastically funny illustrations . . .
PLUS its square, so itll stay open, and you can read it when youve got both hands full.
The Food of Love explores all aspects of breastfeeding and babycare using words, pictures, personal insights, and humor. Kate Evans shares old ways with new parents: how to breastfeed, co-sleep, and choose babywear. Yet its not prescriptive. Cribs, strollers, and even formula milk all have a part to play in good mothering. Its all about choice, and The Food of Love aims to support women in all of them.
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