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The Baby Feeding Book

The Baby Feeding Book

‘I love The Baby Feeding Book‘s no-nonsense, realistic, empowering and compassionate approach. It’s a must-have book for all new parents’ Rebecca Schiller, author of The No Guilt Pregnancy Plan

From breastfeeding and bottle-feeding to giving solids, this is the only book you will need to feed your baby with confidence and without judgement, in the first year.

The Baby Feeding Book is a unique, fascinating and holistic guide into the world of feeding babies and becoming a parent. Packed full of expert information, practical tips and true stories from parents, this book smashes through the myriad of myths and conflicting advice to detail everything any new parent wants to know, in order to help them make their own informed decisions and feed happily and successfully, according to their own goals.

Vanessa Christie, international board-certified lactation consultant and mother of three, covers everything from the differences between breast and formula milk, building a confident mindset, being mindful of marketing strategies, boosting emotional wellbeing and understanding why babies behave the way they do. She also navigates the practical sides of feeding, such as how do you find the best breastfeeding position for you? When do you need to sterilise? How do you prevent mastitis? Should you top-up so baby sleeps longer? How do you store breastmilk? How do you choose a bottle? When should you give your baby nuts? And so much more…

Sure to be a staple for every new parent, The Baby Feeding Book will be the indispensable and gentle guiding hand you need, whatever your pregnancy, birth and life throw at you.
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Genre: Health & Personal Development

On Sale: 6th February 2020

Price: £14.99

ISBN-13: 9780349423869

Reviews

Vanessa is warm and inclusive and has real empathy with new parents, so whatever is happening they won't feel judged, they'll feel exactly as they should - looked after and supported.
Steph Douglas, founder of Don't Buy Her Flowers