How to Survive Pumping: Tips to Make Expressing Breast Milk Easier on You [NOOK Book]

Overview

Exclusively pumping? Pumping at work? Expressing and supplementing? This book is for you!

We all know that pumping sucks - in all senses of the words. You want to do what's best for your baby; you just wish it wasn't so darn hard...

Written by a former exclusive pumping mother (who survived sixteen months, so it must work!), 'How to Survive Pumping: Tips to Make Expressing Breast Milk Easier on You' is full of...

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How to Survive Pumping: Tips to Make Expressing Breast Milk Easier on You

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Overview

Exclusively pumping? Pumping at work? Expressing and supplementing? This book is for you!

We all know that pumping sucks - in all senses of the words. You want to do what's best for your baby; you just wish it wasn't so darn hard...

Written by a former exclusive pumping mother (who survived sixteen months, so it must work!), 'How to Survive Pumping: Tips to Make Expressing Breast Milk Easier on You' is full of simple yet proven ideas that experienced pumpers (including the author) wish they'd known when they started out.

Make your breast pumping life easier with tips to help you:
* Save time
* Feel less tied down
* Heal pumping pain
* Live with breastfeeding aversion, D-MER or sad nipple syndrome
* Deal with a pump-hating baby
* Find motivation and support
* Get all the information you need on pumping breast milk.

No matter why you are pumping, the ideas in this book will help you reach your personal pumping goal.

This book assumes that you are already pumping, so it doesn't cover deciding to pump (does anyone?), choosing a pump or building a milk supply in any detail.

Scroll up to purchase, or view/download a sample and try before you buy!

'How to Survive Pumping: Tips to Make Expressing Breast Milk Easier on You' is approximately 7,000 words long.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045352703
  • Publisher: Jennifer Daggett
  • Publication date: 10/18/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 417,898
  • File size: 102 KB

Meet the Author

Jennifer Daggett gave birth to her first child three months early (weighing 980g/2lb 3oz) in January 2012 and is still trying to recover from it. She then spent 16 months exclusively pumping for her.She lives with her husband and daughter (who is doing just fine) in North Yorkshire, England.
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