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

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Twins and a Toddler 17 janvier 2013
Par Emily Martha Sorensen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I decided to buy this book for myself last year on my birthday. I was pregnant again, had a one-and-a-half-year-old I was breastfeeding, and I didn't want to stop nursing. I figured I could do just fine without it, but the book would be valuable information, and I really wanted to read what it had to say.

It was one of my best decisions. I'm one of those people who likes to over-plan everything, and I loved the value and the quantity of information in this. I did feel tense whenever I read a chapter about weaning (or a mother's story about deciding to wean instead of tandem breastfeeding), but I think many mothers might feel the reverse about the happy success stories, if their desires or experiences were different. The cartoons made me laugh; the pictures of mothers tandem breastfeeding made me feel all warm and fuzzy; and the pictures about positioning were great for envisioning what the words were describing.

It might have been nice if the book had had a chapter about nursing two babies, or at least a newborn and an older child very close in age -- it was so very detailed in everything else, even talking about adopting a second nursling. You'd think that breastfeeding a newborn and a one-year-old might be a more common situation to cause moms to look at this book for aid!

Information about nursing twins would have been really handy . . . because I was carrying two babies! Still, in a twin pregnancy, the information in this book became even more valuable for me. That information about positioning, nutrition in breastfeeding while pregnant, even those few stories about moms feeding three: those took on new meaning. Careful about milk supply, I did some research and invested in fenugreek (this was another extremely wise decision). Despite the book's mild discouragement about continuing nursing while pregnant with twins, I continued nursing becuase my daughter and I didn't want to stop it, and I felt no issues and no signs of preterm labor. I was glad to read what the book had to say about it, including warning signs: these were particularly helpful in setting my mind at ease.

My twins were delivered early (for a completely unrelated complication), and they were stuck in the hospital for a six-and-a-half-week NICU stay. Breastfeeding my daughter became even more important, as it helped me through my heartbreak of not being able to see my babies all day every day. I felt like "At least *one* of my children can nurse today."

When it's an up day, I blissfully think about the beautiful stories where things were working. When it's a down day, I wryly remember the stories in this book about difficult times. Even in a really bad, low milk supply day, I take strength remembering we all go through this, and it's okay.

Could I have handled it without this book? Yes, I'm sure of it. Am I happier because I have it? Very much so. I feel like it gave me peace of mind, which I needed, and helped me prepare mentally for the difficulties and joys awaiting me. It gave me this sense that I was not alone, and this confirmation that I really was okay in my dreams.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ... so helpful with understanding what tandem nursing could look like. It really helped to prepare me 25 janvier 2017
Par Jessica - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book was so helpful with understanding what tandem nursing could look like. It really helped to prepare me, as much as you can be prepared to have a newborn and toddler nursing at the same time. I'm so glad that I got this and I would recommend this to anyone who is pregnant and nursing and/or planning on tandem nursing or trying to wean.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you are considering or have decided to tandem nurse, this is the book! 27 janvier 2016
Par bekazbooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I don't know anyone else who is or who has tandem nursed. I knew when I became pregnant at 6 months post partum that my son was not ready to give up nursing. After getting approval from his pediatrician and my ob/gyn, I needed some more information and encouragement. So many relatives were concerned about my health and the health of our little jelly bean. This book gives great information, both anecdotal and scientific research. The best part of this book is that I now feel empowered to make whatever decision I need to that is right for me and for my growing family.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I really loved all the stories and pics of family tandem feeding 19 janvier 2016
Par Breanah Soltys - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I really loved all the stories and pics of family tandem feeding, kind of mind blowing. I loved this book so much!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An easy and enjoyable read that doesn't make assumptions or judgements. 31 mai 2009
Par Lauren Jay Hughes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this book because I am keenly interested in all things breastfeeding. However, despite loving books on breastfeeding, I often find that many books that advocate prolonged nursing are very 'hippy-flowery' in their language and prescribe breastfeeding advice that gives you an impression that if you don't do things as the book says, you are a less than perfect mother.
This book couldn't be farther from that stereotype. It approaches the situation where a nursing mother finds herself pregnant, and unsure of how to proceed. In our current society, a woman who finds herself in this situation is encouraged to wean, and told that this must be so, for the health of all concerned. This book challenges that assumption, and provides a great amount of resources for the woman that wants to continue nursing, based on sound scientific research. (The lists of references at the end of each chapter are quite long). It does so in a clear, friendly, and most impressively, non-judgemental way.
I loved that this book didn't romanticise tandem nursing at all, being very upfront and realistic about the challenges that can be faced by the mother. It also gives the mother encouragement, empowering her to make decisions for her own family. If she decides to wean, this book helps and encourages with that decision. If she decides to unwean, the author provides advice for this too. I finished this book, a newly pregnant young mother of a 12 month old nursling, and feel encouraged that I can make choices for my own family with great self-confidence, because I know them and myself best. And I have a wonderful resource for all of the questions that I will have over the coming months.
Even if you never plan to tandem nurse, this book is a highly enjoyable read and a great book to have in your personal library to be able to lend to other women.
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