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eBook Breastfeeding and natural child spacing: How ecological breastfeeding spaces babies ePub

by Sheila Kippley

  • ISBN: 0960103686
  • Subcategory: Relationships
  • Author: Sheila Kippley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Couple to Couple League International; 2nd edition (1989)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1832 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1962 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 285

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Everyone knows breastfeeding is best for baby but that in itself might not be enough to persuade some women.

Everyone knows breastfeeding is best for baby but that in itself might not be enough to persuade some women. Adding in the fact that proper breastfeeding can keep the mother from having her period for over a year and keep her infertile naturally might just be the extra nudge she needs to nurse her baby. 12 people found this helpful.

Her latest book is Breastfeeding and Sheila Kippley, mother of five, has been active in the natural family planning movement since 1969. Her teaching of ecological breastfeeding for natural child spacing has helped many mothers enjoy a natural form of mothering. She has spoken on the importance of the mother during the early years, natural child spacing, and the spiritual aspects of breastfeeding. Her latest book is Breastfeeding and Catholic Motherhood, and she and her husband are co-founders of NFP, International. John and Sheila Kippley founded the Couple to Couple League in 1971 for three.

Breastfeeding and. Natural Child Spacing. by Sheila K. Kippley. book Breastfeeding and Natural Child. The Pope was referring here to a. 1990 UNICEF document. ecological breastfeeding and enjoy its. normal side effect of extended amen-. orrhea do well to read and reread my. I am not aware of any other. Breastfeeding is an area where faith.

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book by Sheila Kippley. I read this book by Sheila Kippley, who is co-founder with her husband, John, of the Couple to Couple League, after we had our fourth child and had just discovered NFP. Mrs. Kippley teaches "ecological breastfeeding" as a means of spacing pregnancies as well as a form of parenting. I had nursed all my babies, but had also supplemented with juices, pacifiers and early (at 4 mo. solid foods.

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Ecological Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing. However, Sheila Kippley and those who have followed her advice felt strongly about the benefits of considering this lifestyle

Ecological Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing. I read every book and article I could get my hands on to find out how likely I was to get pregnant while breastfeeding Ecological Breastfeeding offers many benefits to mother and baby – physically and emotionally. The subsequent side-effects are huge bonuses and delayed fertility is a reality for the vast majority of women who follow all seven standards. However, Sheila Kippley and those who have followed her advice felt strongly about the benefits of considering this lifestyle. My own experience has been a lengthened return of fertility and child spacing.

The crucial first three years. Sheila Kippley This concept is described more fully in my book, Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing: Ho. . A young mother finishing her college education was wondering if she really had to stay home when she had children. THE CRUCIAL FIRST THREE YEARS Sheila Kippley A young mother. This concept is described more fully in my book, Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing: How Ecological Breastfeeding Spaces Babies. I also refer to this practice as natural mothering.

Standards of ecological breastfeeding : 1. Do exclusive breastfeeding for . Do exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life; don’t use other liquids and solids. 2. Pacify your baby at your breasts. 3. Don’t use bottles and pacifiers I stumbled on another of Sheila’s books, Breastfeeding and Natural Child Spacing, while nursing my 4 month old. At one year of age, with hindsight, I could see that I was ‘ecological breastfeeding’, too!

Topics include what is meant by ecological breastfeeding, the use of pacifiers, making the most of mother/baby togetherness, the introduction of solid foods & weaning, the return of fertility & natural planning.

1989 SECOND REVISED EDITION SOFTCOVER

Comments

Fani Fani
One of the staple books of my personal library. This book is an excellent resource for moms who want to learn more about natural parenting, or who have questions about breastfeeding and amenorrhea!
GoodBuyMyFriends GoodBuyMyFriends
This is a great book - I found it incredibly informative and I can't believe that this information isn't more widely publicized. Using the information in this book in conjunction with Natural Family Planning really boosts my confidence as I am starting a family of my own.
Perongafa Perongafa
If I could recommend just one book to the expectant mother undecided about breastfeeding this would be the one. It gives information that I've never read or heard anywhere else, all of it sourced from experts most people would recognize such as Dr. Dickley Grant-Read and Dr. John Bowlby.

Everyone knows breastfeeding is best for baby but that in itself might not be enough to persuade some women. Adding in the fact that proper breastfeeding can keep the mother from having her period for over a year and keep her infertile naturally might just be the extra nudge she needs to nurse her baby.
Vuzahn Vuzahn
I borrowed this book from the Library based on the recommendation of a friend when my daughter was a few months old. I quickly purchased my own copy from amazon.com after reading it. It is an amazing book - it really did change the way I parented my daughter [for the better] and it also really REALLY worked for child spacing purposes. I was fascinated with the information in this book [which I'd never read or even heard of elsewhere] and it was fun and easy to read. I also really REALLY enjoyed being without periods for more than a year too. :) I think any breastfeeding mom would really benefit from reading this book!
Sardleem Sardleem
This book changed my life for the better!! It is such important information for mothers!! I get it for baby showers.
Taun Taun
I read this book during my first tri-mester and it changed my life. I never thought I would nurse my child for more than one year but now I plan on nursing my son until he weans himself. I also never thought I would co-sleep but once we started I FINALLY started getting the rest I needed! He is currently 8 months-old and my fertility still hasn't returned. Such a great book!!!
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If you're not going to be around your baby nearly 24/7, don't bother buying this book. I just got it in the mail three days ago and have already read half of it, because for me it's something I'll really be able to do if I want. The "family bed" idea seems a little far out for our society, but the author does a good job of explaining its value. Also, I now understand why people I've talked to personally who mentioned they or someone they knew "exclusively" breastfed, but still became pregnant almost immediately. It's because "exclusive" breastfeeding isn't the same as what the author prescribes and calls "ecological" breastfeeding. Some of the ideas presented seem strange and even opposite of what you may have heard. For me, they were things that I happened to have an inkling about, because I had done a college research paper/presentation that focused on some of the variances in other cultures relating to touch. I also happened to learn how they actually potty-train infants and with considerable ease -if you're with the baby 24/7 that is. I don't know if this books talks about that at all, though I doubt it. Anyways, like I said, if you can be around the baby practically always then this will work. And unlike what you may think, it doesn't produce an unhealthy attachment but rather allows the baby to mature all the better because he doesn't lack a sense of security. Which was something highly notable I saw when I'd done my research paper. The biggest challenge that I foresee (for myself) is the attention cynics will naively give it, and not being able to fit back into my collection of bras and stuff -yeah, it's silly, but there's nothing else I can think to complain of. Too bad Victoria's Secret doesn't cater to those who are nursing, right? :D
Very encouraging.