Breastfeeding and natural child spacing: how "ecological" breastfeeding spaces babies

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Couple to Couple League International, 1989 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages
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This is an updated & revised edition of Sheila Kippley's highly acclaimed book which helped launch a decade a research on breastfeeding & the natural infertility it creates. Topics include what is meant by ecological breastfeeding, the use of pacifiers, making the most of mother/baby togetherness, the introduction of solid foods & weaning, the return of fertility & natural planning. This updated edition includes five new chapters, recent breastfeeding research incorporated throughout the book, & expanded sections highlighting mothers' personal experiences. The author shows how wonderful it is to be a mother. All the arguments for staying at home with your baby are convincingly laid out & thoroughly explored. This is an extraordinary book. $9.95 plus $3.00 postage. Standard discounts to distributors & bookstores. Special library discounts. Write or call for details: CCL, PO Box 111184, Cincinnati, OH 45211, (513) 661-7612.

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Review: Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing: How Ecological Breastfeeding Spaces Babies

User Review  - Julia - Goodreads

I pretty much agree with the Kippleys' whole schtick, but the anecdotes and sort of scolding tone wasn't all that enticing. Read full review

Review: Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing: How Ecological Breastfeeding Spaces Babies

User Review  - Brittney - Goodreads

I enjoyed reading this book. I didn't read it for the purpose of spacing my children, but to learn more about this beautiful process designed by an all-wise Creator. The book outlines many scientific ... Read full review

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Your Babys Sucking Needs
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Does Complete Mean Total?
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New Light on Night Feedings
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