Breast-Feeding and Natural Child Spacing: The Ecology of Natural Mothering

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Harper & Row, 1973 - Breast feeding. - 197 pages
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Discusses the practice of breast-feeding, its advantages for mother and child, and the scientific findings on its relation to natural infertility

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"...the introduction to a new way of life - a natural way, a loving way, a healthy way for myself and my baby and my family. I found a description of mothering and breastfeeding the way nature ... Read full review

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Sheila Kippley shows us how wonderful it can be to be a mother. She dispels the myth that children are undisciplined monsters who cause hours of lost sleep and the less time you have to spend with ... Read full review

Contents

jSjWeaning and the Return of Fertility
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_7_TJie Ecology of Natural Mothering
65
lONursing the Older Child
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