8 edition of The nursing mother"s guide to weaning found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -190) and index.
|Statement||Kathleen Huggins, Linda Ziedrich.|
|LC Classifications||RJ216 .H8453 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|ISBN 10||1558320660, 1558320652|
|LC Control Number||94030070|
By author of bestselling Nursing Mother's Companion. First book on weaning your s, Kathleen is the author of 'Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning' . Breastfeeding is natural, but it is not entirely instinctive for either mothers or babies. The Nursing Mother's Companion has been among the best-selling books on breastfeeding for 25 years, and is respected and recommended by professionals and well loved by new parents for its encouraging and accessible style. Kathleen Huggins equips breastfeeding mothers with all the information they need to 4/5(7).
The Nursing Mothers Quick Reference Guide and Planner offers concise and authoritative, warm and encouraging guidance for mothers who breastfeed, covering babys nutritional needs, pumping and returning to work, weaning, and other topics. Includes Australian and New Zealand references. Gradual Weaning When weaning happens gradually, it is a process by which nursing frequency decreases slowly over time. The partnership between the mother and child during breastfeeding can be respected and honored if the weaning is done as compassionately as possible. Mutual weaning happens when both the mother and the child are ready.
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She has also co-authored The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning and Nursing Mother, Working Mother. She lives in San Luis Obispo, where she currently runs a new mothers' store, Simply MaMa. She continues to lecture widely in the healthcare and lactation-consultant arenas.3/5(36).
Nursing Mother's Companion comes complete with "Survival Guides" set off by colored bands on the pages for quick reference, as well as appendices on determining baby's milk needs in the first six weeks, and the safety of various drugs during breastfeeding. You will also find an insightful foreward by The nursing mothers guide to weaning book Martin-Weber, creator of the popular website The Leaky Boob, and a preface by Kelly Author: Kathleen Huggins.
This book was an excellent guide into the process of weaning - detailing reasons for and against weaning at various ages - and also techniques on how to initiate at each of the stages. I felt it to be a comprehensive guide on the subject and if in the future I am once again a nursing mother looking to wean I would definitely refer to this book/5.
The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning Quotes Showing of 2 “But the overwhelming number of mothers who think they have too little milk have babies who are taking plenty of Author: Kathleen Huggins, Linda Ziedrich. Get this from a library. The nursing mother's guide to weaning. [Kathleen Huggins; Linda Ziedrich] -- Gives helpful hints for mothers on weaning the children.
The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning: How to Bring Breastfeeding to a Gentle Close and How to Decide When the Time Is Right, by Kathleen Huggins and Linda Ziedrich, 2nd ed. This informative book begins with an in-depth history of nursing and weaning beginning with the ancient world and continuing through the modern era.
For many women, the most challenging part of nursing is bringing it to an end. Whether you are considering weaning or trying to wean, this book will help you understand the hygienic, nutritional, and emotional concerns that make weaning such an important transition in a child's life.
This fully revised guide covers: Weaning a child who is a few weeks, several months, or several years old 2/5(1). I am a first time mom and bought this book to learn about how to gradually wean my almost 1 year old baby from breastmilk. The author is so obviously anti-formula.
When the book is called "A nursing mother's guide to weaning" you expect it to be a little more pro-formula or at least impartial/5(20). Buy The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning: How to Bring Breastfeeding to a Gentle Close and How to Decide When the Time Is Right Revised by Huggins, Kathleen, Ziedrich, Linda, Sears, William, Sears, Martha (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). -Respected for over 30 years as the definitive guide, now more than ever, The Nursing Mother's Companion is the go-to guide every new mother should have at hand. Breastfeeding is natural, but it is not always instinctive for either mothers or Nursing Mother's Companion has been among the best-selling books on breastfeeding for more than 30 years, with more than 1 million copies sold.
Some mothers allow the child to choose a coveted toy and buy it after weaning, or buy it before weaning and wrap it up on to be put on a shelf for when the weaning day or weaning party comes. Obviously, these techniques will not work if the child is extremely resistant to weaning, but many mothers have used them with success.
Get this from a library. The nursing mother's guide to weaning: how to bring breastfeeding to a gentle close and how to decide when the time is right. [Kathleen Huggins; Linda Ziedrich] -- "Breast milk has long been considered the best diet for a baby--it provides long-lasting health benefits for both mother and child.
Seventy percent of new mothers start out breastfeeding, and all of. The nursing mother's guide to weaning by Kathleen Huggins. Publication date Topics Infants -- Weaning. Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on January 5, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on Pages: This book explores the hygienic, nutritional, and emotional concerns that make weaning an important and often difficult transition.
Everything a nursing mother needs to know about weaning by breastfeeding expert, Kathleen Huggins.5/5(3). Nursing provides the best nutrition for baby, with health benefits for Mom, too.
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CuratestatePages: Many breastfeeding mothers express concerns about weaning when their babies are just a few weeks old. This book explores all aspects of weaning, starting with historical aspects and ending with weaning a child over three and life after weaning.
Offers practical and helpful advice that respects the needs and feelings of both mother and child/5(4). The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning by Kathleen Huggins,and through her book The Nursing Mother's Companion. She has also co-authored The Nursing Mother's Guide to Weaning and Nursing Mother, Working Mother.
She lives in San Luis Obispo, where she currently runs a new mothers' store, Simply MaMa/5(). Abrupt weaning can cause difficulties for both the mother and baby in terms of psychological adjustment.
It can also cause considerable breast discomfort and place mothers at increased risk of mastitis. If possible, abrupt weaning should be avoided and gradual mom-led or baby-led weaning should be implemented instead. Mother-led weaning.
The Paperback of the The Nursing Mother's Companion - 7th Edition: The Breastfeeding Book Mothers Trust, from Pregnancy through Weaning by Kathleen Huggins Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : Harvard Common Press, The.The Types of Weaning. Gradual weaning: Gradual weaning a slow weaning process.
It takes place over weeks, months, or years. Sudden weaning: Sudden weaning is the quick end of breastfeeding. Partial weaning: Partial weaning is a great alternative if you can't breastfeed exclusively but you don't want to give up on breastfeeding altogether.
Temporary weaning: Temporary weaning is when. If you wean your child from breast-feeding before age 1, use expressed breast milk or iron-fortified formula.
Don't give your child cow's milk until after his or her first birthday. You can wean your child to a bottle and then a cup or directly to a cup. When introducing your child to a bottle, choose a time when he or she isn't extremely.