Nursing Mother, Working Mother: The Essential Guide for Breastfeeding and Staying Close to Your Baby After You Return to Work

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Harvard Common Press, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 184 pages
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Pregnant women making plans for baby, mothers on maternity leave, or moms already back at work will discover in this book why many working women find breastfeeding the easiest way to feed their babies. Pryor covers everything a working mother needs to know about: the basics of breastfeeding, including nursing positions, milk supply, and feeding schedules; choosing and using a breast pump; ways to store and transport milk safely; how to get support from co-workers and child-care helpers; how to go on a business trip without having to wean; and much more.

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Nursing mother, working mother: the essential guide to breastfeeding your baby before and after you return to work

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In this welcome revision of a 1997 title, Pryor (Nursing Your Baby ) and Huggins (The Nursing Mother's Companion ) supply a wealth of updated information on legal rights in the workplace, breast pumps ... Read full review

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A helpful and reassuring book for mothers who have decided to combine breastfeeding with working outside the home. Mothers who are undecided about breastfeeding may well be swayed by the powerful case ... Read full review



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