Breastfeeding in a birthing book (positive)

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Breastfeeding in a birthing book (positive)

Post by jessles » Tue Jul 01, 2014 2:49 pm

I borrowed a book from the library to read in preparation for birth that was from the UK. It was all about active birth and a few other things, but it had a chapter on breastfeeding. It was a really positive chapter on breastfeeding which I thought was great.

The chapter started with the following quotes:

"Breastfeeding problems are greatest in societies where everyone wears a watch and least in societies where no one wears a watch" - Jack Newman (a Canadian dr who specialises in breastfeeding support and advocacy).

"Feed like a gypsy. Take no notice of the clock" - Grandmother Wisdom

I thought these were interesting quotes.

Here's to turning into a gypsy :lol:

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Re: Breastfeeding in a birthing book (positive)

Post by JMc » Wed Jul 02, 2014 1:20 am

Sounds good!
DD - November 2009 (Breastfed 19 months)
DS1 - August 2011 (Breastfed 2 years and 8 months)
DS2 - November 2014 (Breastfeeding happily)

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Re: Breastfeeding in a birthing book (positive)

Post by MamaMagoO? » Wed Jul 02, 2014 7:44 pm

Love it :-D
Little Magoo 07/08. Breastfed for 3yrs3mths.
Miss Magoo 10/11. Breastfed for 4yrs3mths.

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