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Boobin' All Day Boobin' All Night: A Gentle Approach To Sleep For Breastfeeding Families Paperback – May 1, 2015
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I recently listened to a podcast that stated depression mainly stems from ones point of view of how life should be. When it's not as we deem it should, then we get depressed. Well, Meg opened my eyes to a new way that life can be, that it's normal, and how to make it better in natural ways that benefit mama and baby.
I can't tell you how many people come up to my husband and I every single day saying how happy our baby is and that's they have never seen a more smiley baby!
I love hearing that! It works!! :)
"Boobin’ All Day… Boobin’ All Night" is a relatively short book, ideal for the sleep-deprived parent who just needs help NOW. Meg covers the essentials. She helps parents understand why it’s completely normal for breastfed babies and toddlers to wake up so much. She talks about why breastfeeding–or boobin’, as she prefers to call it–is often the most surefire way to soothe said baby or toddler, and how breastfeeding to sleep is absolutely not a bad habit. She talks about co-sleeping and bedsharing, and offers guidelines on how to bring baby into your bed–safely–so that everyone can get more sleep. She talks about how routines can work while nursing on-demand, caffeine, the breastfeeding-at-night-causes-cavities myth, and more. She has a relatively in-depth chapter all about night-weaning, for when it’s truly the best option or when it’s simply the right time. She provides all kinds of ideas and methods, tips and tricks that might help parents out with whatever challenge they happen to be facing at any given moment.
Through it all, Meg offers personal anecdotes, warmth, humor, adorable pictures, and plenty of encouragement, which we all need sometimes. Meg has a lot of experience with breastfeeding, both as a lactation consultant and as a mother, and her experience shines through in this lovely little book.
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This book has been a brilliant support to the mums I support in the community. It's been fantastic to show mums that they have NORMAL feelings, babies, and lives. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mr S J Fox
Not only have I read Meg's book but I follow her on Facebook as well. She is an Amazing support to many moms out there which is great as moms are often judged for anything and... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have never felt more at peace with choices I have made as a new mother than after finishing this book. I feel so happy. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Abigail
Meg is like having a very good friend. The one who's always there for your babies, and for the tired and confused mama. Her blog, Facebook page, etc are a treasure. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
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I can't say enough about how life changing The Milk Meg and her book has been. I found her online last week, ordered the book and had it read in 2 boobin days. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Izabela C
This helped me to realize that breastfeeding is different for every mom and every child. It was a great read especially when mom is struggling with a needy breastfeeding toddler.Published 2 months ago by Lauren Phelps
Great book that follows my parenting philosophies. Nailed it! Such a great reminder to follow our maternal instincts. Meg is a great inspiration.Published 2 months ago by Shannon E. Smith
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