Bottlefeeding Without Guilt: A Reassuring Guide for Loving Parents

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Prima, Sep 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 295 pages
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American women who make the decision to bottlefeed, whether by choice or by circumstance, soon discover that what they assumed was a private decision is suddenly the target of unsolicited advice and public criticism. Unwittingly, breastfeeding advocates of the 70s and 80s have engendered a wave of intolerance toward women who bottlefeed. In "Bottlefeeding Without Guilt, Peggy Robin debunks the myths, exposes the hidden agendas of the anti-bottle camp, and gives women everything they need to know in order to make the right decision.About the AuthorPeggy Robin is the author of "How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient, Outwitting Toddlers, and "Saving the Neighborhoods: You Can Fight Developers and Win. She lives in Washington, D.C.

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Why the Bottle?
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