So you've had a baby, now what?!
Suddenly from being relaxed, resting and being consciously aware of every position of yours, you are now in a race against time with a screaming newborn and people around you constantly telling about how he/she should be "well-fed" all the time!
(P.S- From one new mom to another- here's a secret. If there is someone who tells you that a baby takes the feed just x times in a day or you can feed just y times in a day- that's the biggest myth!)
But jokes apart- this is one of the most beautiful and yet exhausting journey for a newborn. Be rest assured that just like you, the baby feels new, restless and can sense your uneasiness too! So learn to relax, understand how to nurse your child well.
Scroll down to see what we books have suggested on KSP Book Club that will help you ace this breastfeeding journey. Also- don't forget to go through KSP's Breastfeeding Guide that every new-mommy will find useful.
Are you looking for a trustworthy source to give you advice on breastfeeding and how to overcome the challenges that surround it? The book focuses how to breastfeed, ward off complications, and strategies to keep moms from sabotaging their own breastfeeding success and all of it backed by the most recent research as well as the best tried and tested ideas.
Want to feed your baby breastmilk but have to be somewhere else? In today’s hectic lifestyle pumping is the answer to save yourself from crying over spilt milk (literally). From common questions to the big hiccups that you face in your journey, this book answers it all.
Health coach and mother of 3, Lauren Baum writes about postpartum depression, postpartum obsessive-compulsive disorder (PPOCD) and anxiety. If you are continuously feeling low and blue, it may be due to one of these problems. You are not alone and this book gives you upbeat, positive advice from experts.
Breast may be best but the breast pump is a working mom’s best friend according to Jessica Shortall. The book comprises stories of moms, hacks and humour of both herself and other working moms, offering a map to navigate the pumping schedule with colleagues, travel, and having to pump in not-so-nice locales. As she tells the reader in her witty, inspiring manifesto, “Your worth as a mother is not measured in ounces.”
Just like so many of us, Emma Rosen assumed that breastfeeding would be a breeze. And then her world turned upside down. All the planning can’t prepare you for the actual experience. In her memoir, Emma shares her story, trials and tribulations in her journey of breastfeeding.