The Breast Advice

In my experience, the average book on breastfeeding is about as interesting-slash-entertaining as your 6th grade health text. While it may contain valuable information, how much of it can you absorb when you’re nodding off from third trimester narcolepsy anyway?

That’s why I’m recommending that you grab a copy of Andi Silverman’s book, Mama Knows Breast: A Beginner’s Guide to Breastfeeding. This sweet little beginner’s guide is not only jam-packed with information to keep you (ahem) abreast of the latest breastfeeding recommendations, it’s also a light-hearted, fun, and very reassuring read. You’re sure to enjoy sections on breastfeeding etiquette, sex and relaxation, and the best chapter of all, "How Your Spouse Can Help."

For one, have him get this book for you. Trust mama. -Tina

Kristen is CEO/Co-Founder of Cool Mom Picks and a busy mom of four kids who lives in the Philly 'burbs. Though really, what mom isn't busy?

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