Breastfeeding Diaries

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Kate Davis
Simon and Schuster, Oct 23, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 115 pages
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A hilarious compilation of true stories from mothers about breastfeeding moments gone-awry. Moms can identify with these stories about inadvertent leaking, squirting, flashing, and other embarrassing-but-funny moments. “Funny Mommy” Kate Davis (TBD—and other comedians on the circuit) adds a comedic element to the book by sharing her own personal stories of breastfeeding and how she implements them into her stand-up routine. Some of the intriguing, amusing, and slightly embarrassing stories include;

* A nursing mom who got busted by a State Trooper for breast pumping on the Interstate

* A group of nursing moms who were mistaken for an “art installation” at a museum

* A corporate mom who inadvertently broadcasted a breast-pumping session to a corporate branch office via videoconferencing

* A sleeping mom who “breastfed” her husband’s elbow at two in the morning

* A mom who inadvertently added “cream” to her mother-in-law’s coffee--from across the table (unfortunately, the mother-in-law liked her coffee black!)

* Plus a story about a mom in a supermarket with a “leaking” problem that’s not what you expect

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About the author (2007)

A speaker, writer, mother, comedian, and actress, Kate Davis has the unique ability to find humor in any situation. Kate’s candid, clever, and quick lines push the envelope of being a comedienne. From children to being a woman in the 21st century, her act is full of observations with a twist. Kate most recently taped her hour long comedy special “Comedy Now” for CTV and the Comedy Network. You may have seen her as a guest and performer on “Open Mike” with Mike Bullard. She’s been terminally bitten by the need to make you laugh and with three kids (all of whom she breastfed), you probably understand why. She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and 3 children.