Fb2 The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning ePub
by Linda Ziedrich
|Subcategory:||Relationships and Parenting|
|Publisher:||Harvard Common Press; 1 edition (November 11, 1994)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1459 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1434 kb|
|Digital formats:||lit doc mbr lrf|
Linda Ziedrich (Author). I loved The Nursing Mother's Companion, and thus, was hoping this would be a perfect sequel. and the 10 pages in this book didn't really provide any new or different ideas
Linda Ziedrich (Author). and the 10 pages in this book didn't really provide any new or different ideas. I am/was specifically stumped by how to wean at nap and bed time (he is used to falling asleep while nursing) and I was hoping this book would provide some new ideas on how to break this habit.
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In her book, Mothering Your Nursing Toddler, Norma Jane Bumgarner gives us this glimpse into the history of the . Kathleen Huggins and Linda Ziedrich, in The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning, give an interesting glimpse into weaning practices of other cultures.
In her book, Mothering Your Nursing Toddler, Norma Jane Bumgarner gives us this glimpse into the history of the decline in breastfeeding duration in English-speaking countries. She reports that according to a study of advice given to mothers by doctors from 1550 to 1900: It was not until 1800 that most of the popular English writings on child care recommended weaning as young as 12 months.
Experts say that breastfeeding success depends on getting off to a good start, and much of this book is devoted to advice for resolving breastfeeding difficulties that often lead to early weaning. Best-selling author and lactation expert Kathleen Huggins and co-author Linda Ziedrich make it easier than ever for you to bottle-feed safely, introduce solids gradually, and find new ways to keep a growing child secure and happy during and after weaning.