Did you know that the average mother could spend over 700 hours per child breastfeeding? That’s precious time for a new parent!
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This little book contains one hundred ideas for things to do while breastfeeding – from bonding with your baby to following your dreams.
The ideas help you to:
• Bond with your baby
• Feel good: mind, body and soul
• Lose the ‘baby brain’
• Make time for your older children
• Stay in touch with your friends
• Stay in love with your partner
• Multitask to free up more time in your life
• Rethink and revamp your life
Many mothers will find creative ideas here that could significantly enhance their breastfeeding experience. NCT practitioners will find some useful ideas in this book – and they might even want to recommend it to mothers as a relaxing read while breastfeeding. I found myself impressed with the range and variety of suggestions… it has a quiet profundity. – Nena Blake, Breastfeeding Counsellor
Who knew there were this many things you could do while breastfeeding (besides logging onto Mumsnet, of course)? For many mothers, the time spent feeding their baby offers a rare oasis of calm and this book has a hugely imaginative range of things you can try out while feeding your baby.
– Justine Roberts, Mumsnet Founder