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Adventures in Tandem Nursing: Breastfeeding During Pregnancy and Beyond (Anglais) Broché – juillet 2003


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75 internautes sur 76 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This book is an excellent resource, highly recommended 21 janvier 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I remember the first time I saw an eleven month old baby who could walk nurse. "disgusting!" I thought. A few years later, I saw a toddler walk up to her mother and say "mommy, can I nurse?" I was appalled.
Well, fast forward to the present. I am now nursing a 26 month old toddler who can walk and talk in complete sentences and I am ALSO nursing her four month old sister! Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would be a LaLecheLeague type. I thought they were so extreme. Hahaha! Life is funny sometimes. Now I wouldn't have it any other way, and I can hardly believe that I was so ignorant and judgemental in the past.
I just wanted to give my background so you could understand that this review is sincere. This book is fantastic. It goes into every possible thing you ever wanted to know about nursing during pregnancy and then nursing (and caring for) two very young children at once. She *really* understands and she has some great advice. I find myself turning to it again and again as a resource. It goes into the real nitty gritty... will nursing while pregnant cause problems for the baby in utero... how do you really entertain an active toddler while you are caring for a newborn, all by yourself? The author doesn't judge anyone for choosing to wean, if appropriate, and she lets you know that this is not as simple as it may sound.
It is a great book. I am planning on buying it as a gift for a dear friend who is now trying to decide whether or not to wean during her pregnancy. I think the book will cover that for her better than I ever could.
50 internautes sur 52 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Definitive Resource on Tandem Nursing 14 avril 2004
Par Kristy Dallas Alley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I went in for my first prenatal appointment with my third child, my doctor thought it was my six-month checkup after having my second. Once we cleared up the confusion about why my chart said I was pregnant, (because I was!), her first statement/question was "Well, you'll wean the other one now, right?" My negative answer elicited a roll of the eyes and small sigh, but really she knew me too well to be surprised, and well enough to know she couldn't change my mind. After listening to my spiel about the research I'd been doing, her only requests were that I see a nutritionist and that if I experienced pre-term labor I would consider weaning.
Not every mother is fortunate enough to have a supportive doctor or the resources to find out the truth about nursing while pregnant, or tandem nursing. But thanks to Hilary Flower, the topic is out of the proverbial closet and right out there on the shelf at Borders Books. ADVENTURES IN TANDEM NURSING is a fabulously comprehensive guide to tandem nursing and everything surrounding the experience. The first book of its kind, it is being celebrated as a well-researched, authoritative resource for mothers and health care practitioners alike.
One of the things that makes this book great is the easy-to-use format. The book can be read straight through, but it really shines as a quick reference. The chapters address everything from making the decision to wean or continue nursing while pregnant to finding positions to adoptive nursing of a second baby. Common fears and myths are also addressed, such as the real facts about miscarriage and who gets what nutrients first. Frequent anecdotes and stories from real moms add an enjoyable element as well.
Hilary Flower should be commended for her sensitive, pragmatic approach to this topic. She looks at tandem nursing honestly, not through a fuzzy filter. Not every writer can acknowledge that some choices are not for everyone, while at the same time supporting and informing mothers on every side of the issue at hand. In the end, she lets the world know that "real, beautiful mothers are actually doing this!" And with the help of this book, they can now do it even better.
42 internautes sur 48 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The only book of it's kind 4 novembre 2010
Par Mama Maria - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
When I became pregnant I was nursing my daughter, who was 10 months old. I did not anticipate how much being pregnant would affect the nursing. Unfortunately, I have essentially stopped nursing since the time I purchased the book. On the "pro" side, the book validates the needs of the nursing and pregnant mother to continue nursing. It was very important to me to continue nursing, and I wanted a book to help me through this process. The book assumes that you have a toddler, however, and that your toddler is able to drink whole milk and that you are not nursing exclusively. While my daughter was 10 months and did eat many other things, she was not yet having whole milk and I was still giving her the equivalent of at 20-25 oz of breast milk daily. I was hoping that this book would help me with the challenges of being pregnant and dealing with a decreasing milk supply and it did not offer much help with this issue. I think that it would be a great book for the mom who has a toddler who does not need the amount of breast milk that a baby under 1 year old needs.
18 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Everything mothers need to know about breastfeeding 14 septembre 2003
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Adventures In Tandem Nursing: Breastfeeding During Pregnancy And Beyond by Hilary Flower is a comprehensive, definitive, "reader friendly" instructional resource offering everything expectant mothers need to know about breastfeeding, including its pros and cons, dealing with discomforts, dealing with disapproval, adopting a second nurseling, proper nutrition while breastfeeding, illustrative mothers' stories, and more. A solid, exhaustive, balanced, and readily accessible resource, Adventures In Tandem Nursing is very highly recommended reading -- especially to new and soon-to-be parents considering breastfeeding, as well as those who are presently breastfeeding older infants and toddlers.
16 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Definitely recommed for any mom wanting to nurse while pregnant/tandem nurse 11 novembre 2009
Par Just a mom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I love that this book provides great support and motivation on a topic that most of us do not get much support on from families, friends and medical professionals. If you find yourself nursing while pregnant and have a lot of nay-sayers around you, pick this book up and read, read, read!

On the other hand, the book made me feel a little guilty/bad (although I am sure the author had no such intention). I felt that most of the stories were for moms who had older nursing toddlers (who are able to have a more complex conversation) rather than someone like me with a younger child (I became pregnant - intentionally - when my son was only 16 months old). I also lost my milk entirely at 6 weeks pregnant and finally gave up the fight at 8 weeks. Weaning was not my choice, my body made the choice for me. I am sure I am minority in that regard, but I felt the book was not very supportive to someone dealing with sadness and guilt of sudden, unplanned interruption of breastfeeding due to pregnancy so early on (it mostly addresses it for moms in the 2nd trimester when it is more common for the milk to gradually dry up). I would probably recommend waiting to get this book until after you are a little further along and know that you are able to nurse beyond the first few weeks of pregnancy.
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