Guilt-free Bottle Feeding: Why Your Formula-Fed Baby Can be Happy, Healthy and Smart. (Paperback)
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Guilt-free Bottle Feeding: Why Your Formula-Fed Baby Can be Happy, Healthy and Smart. (Paperback)

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Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 15/09/2014
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You are not a bad mother if you can't breastfeed.

For decades mums have been told that `breast is best', that breastfeeding is the single-most important thing we can do for our children. Despite this huge pressure on modern mums, the vast majority of us end up using formula. And we feel guilty.

In Guilt-Free Bottle Feeding award-winning journalist Madeleine Morris and paediatrician Dr Sasha Howard challenge the simplistic message of `breast is best', revealing what everybody knows, but nobody says out loud - that bottle fed babies can grow up to be perfectly happy, healthy and smart.

With a thorough yet accessible analysis of health science, parenting sociology and the modern media, the authors provide a balanced, much-needed and long-overdue voice, showing mothers who don't exclusively breastfeed why they are not failures.

A mix of political and practical, Guilt-Free Bottle-Feeding also offers comprehensive advice on feeding, including:

Choosing a formula, and choosing a bottleSterilising and preparing a feedHow to promote bonding while bottle-feeding Moving from breast to bottle, and mixed feeding

In an era where the pressure on mums is greater than ever before, Guilt-Free Bottle Feeding resets the conversation around infant feeding, supporting all families regardless of how they feed their babies.

This is not an anti-breastfeeding book. This is an anti-guilt book.

www.guiltfreebottlefeeding.com

Publisher: Crimson Publishing
ISBN: 9781908281777
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 17 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Guilt-Free Bottlefeeding is a frank, smart, and much-needed contribution to the parenting genre. With all the discussion of "choice" in the breast vs. bottle debate, parents aren't armed with sufficient information to actually make anything close to an informed decision. By reading this book, written in a reassuring and friendly style that's perfect for those stuck in the mire of early parenthood, parents will finally feel empowered to make a choice that is right for their family. Morris and Howard explain the realities of research and the mechanics of safe bottle-feeding, while also deftly acknowledging the complex emotions mothers may have around their feeding choices, they have given formula feeding parents a superb resource that will surely be welcomed with gratitude and relief.


* Suzanne Barston, author of Bottled Up and creator, The Fearless Formula Feeder *

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