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Breastfeeding 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successfully Nursing Your Baby by Mary Ellen Didion-Carsley,Sue Tiller

Breastfeeding 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successfully Nursing Your Baby
Breastfeeding 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successfully Nursing Your Baby
Mary Ellen Didion-Carsley,Sue Tiller
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Tlc Pub (July 1, 2002)
80 pages
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Breastfeeding 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Successfully Nursing Your Baby is written by a lactation expert who knows what a new mother needs at 3:00 a.m. when she is just home from the hospital, the baby is crying and nursing isn't going well, She has received conflicting information and the other reference books are too long.

Tiller's easy to read guide offers clear, understandable, diagrams to illustrate instructions on how to make breastfeeding become the satisfying experience that it should be. From her 23 years of assisting new moms, Tiller, a registered nurse, provides the information new mothers (and those supporting them) need to know. She builds confidence through details, pictures, answers, and proof that the baby is getting enough to eat with worksheets to track the baby's progress.

It's the breastfeeding guide that needs to be within reach of the rocking chair.

  • Vudozilkree
I have bought multiple copies of this book for friends and family along with "The Nursing Mother's Companion".
This is by far the best book that shows and explains the MECHANICS of how to nurse. My Sister-In-Law didn't open her copy of it until after she had her Baby and said it was very helpful because she was having problems with the latch/comfort and realized that she needed to tweak the position a little bit. She thanked me a lot for giving this to her. I like to also give "The Nursing Mother's Companion" because it tells more about what to expect; engorgement, supply, nursing strikes, growth spurts. I've found that the combination of these two books is perfect.
FYI: I've read maybe 7 books on nursing and these are by far my favorites.
  • Kata
This book has great advice for moms wanting to know how to breast feed, I bought mine whilst eagerly awaiting my little ones arrival.
It does not go in depth as much as other BF books but is a great reference guide, with sound advice and a handy log at the back on the book to keep track of feedings and diaper changes. I think this book is beneficial for tired people who need quick advice on the main topics of BF.
  • Gogal
The best breastfeeding book on the market.
A must for every new mom.
Buy it before you deliver.
I wish I had not waited this long to purchase it.
Sue Tiller's book helps you to breastfeeding success. It is user friendly and it stays flat on the table so you never lose your place while holding a squirmy and hungry baby.
A truly excellent book.
  • Dianazius
This book gives you detailed information on HOW to breastfeed. This is the only book I've seen that does this. It tells you where to put your arms and hands and how to position the baby...the things you really need to know when there's no one there to show you. The illustrations are extremely helpful when you've got a hungry baby in your arms.
This book answers the questions that all moms have. Is the baby getting enough milk, how often should baby eat, how do I store expressed breastmilk...it's all in this book in an easy-to-understand format.
I have referred to this book countless times and have found it to be invaluable to me as a nursing mom.
  • Nagis
I found this book to be very helpful and enjoyable. I referred to it often and found the log book sheets at the back of the book to be of great use. The author Sue Tiller has a website where she provides her e-mail and was prompt in responding to my e-mails, answering my questions and such a terrific resource for my breast-feeding questions. She is truly passionate, dedicated and experienced in breast-feeding and I would highly recommend this book to any woman who is getting ready to breast-feed.