Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2012
This book was an AWESOME READ! I struggled to nurse with my first son because he had a poor latch and was a VERY slow eater - 45 mins+ at each feeding! (Try doing that every 2 hours and you get NOTHING else done in life!) I ended up pumping exclusively for 9 months and it about wore me out. I was a slave to that pump and to the clock!

When I got pregnant again I was determined to educate myself about nursing so I could slam dunk the nursing experience with my new baby. I came across this book and read it cover to cover. Let me tell you... it was a GOD SEND. This book had a TON of information in it. My 2nd son is now 8.5 mos old and is a nursing champ! I also started taking Fenugreek daily (2 pills in AM and 2 in PM) from the first week I was home from the hospital. Let me tell you - I am a milk making machine!!! I have about a 4-5 month supply in a deep freezer and most of that came from the extra milk I pumped AFTER NURSINGS. I think because I educated myself and understood the milk making process and how the breasts produce milk I could relax, take it easy and enjoy my nursing relationship with my son.... thus making more milk. It was also a great reference tool many times in the first several months.

Nursing is certainly NOT easy for everyone. And it is a huge committment no matter who you are. (I stuggled with the latch with my 2nd son for several weeks. But, I didn't give up & I consulted a professional who helped me fix the problem!) Since reading this book I have purchased 3 more copies to give as baby shower gifts to future nursing mommies and have loaned out my copy to mommies struggling to boost supply now.

If you are on the fence about this book... Just get it and read it. You won't be disappointed. The info can only help you. When you are done with it... pass it on and help another mommy out!

Also- one more thing... The other book that was great and helped me a lot was 
Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers .
Get both books and read them! You will be totally set up for a successful feeding experience!
Happy Nursing new mommies!
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