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How to succeed in breastfeeding without really trying, or Ten steps to laugh your way through / Natasha Shur and Paulina Shur ; illustrations by Marianna Simina.

Shur, Natasha. (Author). Shur, Paulina. (Added Author). Simina, Marianna. (Added Author).
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Subject: Breastfeeding > Humor.
Infants > Nutrition > Humor.
Breast Feeding.
Wit and Humor as Topic.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9789812819161
  • ISBN: 9812819169
  • ISBN: 1282440853
  • ISBN: 9781282440852
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (175 pages) : illustrations (some color), map
  • Publisher: Singapore ; World Scientific Pub. Co. Pted. Ltd., ©2008.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note: Cover -- THE TEN STEPS -- Dedication (from Paulina Shur) -- Introduction -- 1 Choose Nursing Over Nurseries (while pregnant, think breastfeeding)! -- To Breastfeed or Not To Breastfeed? -- THE TOP TEN REASONS FOR A MOTHER TO BREASTFEED: -- THE TOP TEN REASONS FOR A BABY TO BE BREASTFED: -- THE TOP REASONS FOR A FATHER TO HAVE A BREASTFED BABY: -- The Breast Basics: A Little Biology Never Hurts -- What8217;s in a Rose (or in a Breast) -- Formula Companies Compete with Breast Milk in a Different Way -- From Breasts to Ears: Connect the Dots for Your Tots -- IN SUMMARY: -- TOP TEN WAYS TO PREPARE TO BREASTFEED DURING PREGNANCY: -- 2 Become a Lioness (and fight common sabotages in the hospital-jungle)! -- The Life of a Lioness: -- PHYSIOLOGICAL JAUNDICE -- BREASTMILK JAUNDICE -- ABO AND Rh INCOMPATIBILITIES, GALACTOSEMIA, AND OTHER RARE ENTITIES -- IN SUMMARY: -- The Life of a Mother (a lactation consultant story): -- 3 Survive Getting Eaten Up (and solve feeding confusions)! -- HERE IS THE BEST REPLACEMENT WE COULD FIND: -- But Where is the Milk? -- The Feeding Frenzy -- To use a pacifier or to become one? -- Other mammals eat less often. -- The Royal Meal: -- Then Again, There is the Cluster Feed! -- The Nipple Problems -- The Quitting Dilemma -- 4 Regress to a Pre-School Level (it is all about pee and poop)! -- How do I count again? -- The Color of Madness: You Can8217;t Believe It Until You See It! -- 5 Shape-up at Baby Boot Camp (the first six weeks postpartum)! -- Baby Boot Camp Instruction -- Baby Boot Camp Diet -- Baby Boot Camp Fitness -- When Nothing Helps: The Postpartum Blues -- What Maternal Baby Bonding Is Really All About -- 6 Strut Your Stuff (in the face of the general public)! -- How to Breastfeed in Public Without Losing Your Sense of Humor -- The HER-story of Breastfeeding -- Nursing in a Classroom? -- Special Circumstances When It Helps to Breastfeed -- 7 Fight the 8220;Yottle8221; in Your Baby8217;s Bottle (with the help of Dr. Seuss)! -- 8 Sleep Like a Baby (or with a baby)! -- And Now a Word on the Myth of Sleeping Through the Night -- The Secret Caveman Sleep Method: One More Alternative -- All Roads Lead to Sleep -- BED-SHARING PRECAUTIONS* -- 9 Pump It Up (without losing your sanity)! -- The AAP and CDC would do far more for breastfeeding by recommending longer maternity leave first and foremost! -- Thus, it doesn8217;t take a guideline to promote breastfeeding it takes a real maternity leave. We need a new motto in America: -- Pumping Safety 101: WASH, PUMP, LABEL, KEEP, PLACE -- The Pumping Diaries: A Week in the Life -- Heroic efforts -- 10 Wean Like a Winner (and toast to making it through)! -- A Time to Wean -- First Food (Mush) Fun Time -- The Weaning Diet (A Variant of the Breastfeeding Diet) -- TOP FIVE BREAKFAST OPTIONS THAT YOU AND YOUR BABY CAN SHARE -- TOP FIVE LUNCH OPTIONS -- TOP FIVE DINNER OPTIONS -- The Final Stages of Weaning -- A Still Breastfeeding Mother8217;s Story -- References: -- Acknowledgement.
Summary: How to Succeed in Breastfeeding Without Really Trying provides new mothers with humorous, easy-to-use, hands-on advice and step-by-step instructions on how to initiate, sustain, and actually succeed in breastfeeding. After giving birth, many women are shocked to discover that breastfeeding does not come naturally; rather, it is painful and awkward. Feeling both frustrated and exhausted, they often find themselves without help or support from hospital staff. Not surprisingly, many do not initiate or prematurely quit breastfeeding. This book is written not only to help women breastfeed, but also.
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