nourished + connected
Do you want to confidently and successfully breastfeed your baby?
Do you want to nourish your little one on a holistic path?
Breastfeeding is natural and beautiful, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy, especially within the noise of all the mainstream advice of control and disconnection. Sage Breastfeeding: Nourished and Connected is your quick and easy guide to breastfeeding like the goddess you are while conquering the world.
As an attachment parenting, breastfeeding mom of 3, with over a decade of personal and professional breastfeeding experience, I invite you to embrace all you have to offer your child and empower you with the information you need to make informed choices and overcome challenges to your breastfeeding success.
In this book you will learn how to:
Breastfeed on cue, in public, and full term with ease and confidence.
Navigate common misconceptions, bottle-feeding, biting, and night weaning.
Move into respectful feeding that brings health and peace to your family.
You can nourish your child in a way that forges a powerful bond and lifelong healthy eating. If you want the older sister you never had to lead you by the hand through the feeding relationship to an attached and empowered lifestyle, then read this book!
"I devoured this breastfeeding book in one day. I could not put it down."
"I appreciate finding books like this which help inform my 'on cue' breastfeeding & childrearing philosophy and reference recent international research. While the AAP may have families best interest at heart with its recommendations, many do not resonate for me and my family. Instead, with my second child, I have relaxed and followed my instincts, informed myself, and I feel confident that my parenting instincts provide exactly what my children need, when they need it.
My 7 month old and I are currently cosleeping in the same bed and this book helped address a few specific questions I had including the effect of breastmilk on teeth (won't cause decay like formula or juice). It provides suggestions for moms who can't nurse to gain as many of the benefits of breastfeeding as possible. It also provided me a little pep talk, reminding me that nursing my baby is exactly what our bodies were designed to do and I should savor this special, short time in our lives and inform/ignore anyone who wishes to impose judgement."