on the screen

On the Screen

View All

classics

AUDIO & eBOOK CLASSICS

View All


classics

Helping those in need

Visit Site

MP3 Audio Sample

rating
 
 
goodreads logo

Short Synopsis
Latch is a judgment-free guide to breastfeeding that will teach you exactly what you need to know to meet your own personal breastfeeding goals. Contains mature themes.

Full Synopsis
Early motherhood is a time of great joy. It can also be filled with new stressors—chief among them: breastfeeding. In Latch: A Handbook for Breastfeeding with Confidence at Every Stage, International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant, Robin Kaplan, addresses specific breastfeeding concerns, allowing you to feel empowered while breastfeeding and overcome challenges as they arise. After working with countless mothers who have felt unique in their breastfeeding challenges, and as the mother of two who overcame breastfeeding challenges of her own, she knows how deeply personal breastfeeding is.

Compassionate and supportive, Latch covers the most pressing topics at each stage of breastfeeding and will teach you to:

● Establish successful breastfeeding early on with attention to breastfeeding positions, latch, mom's wellbeing, milk supply, supplementation, and pumping

● Breastfeed through lifestyle changes such as returning to work, transitioning to bottle-feeding, supplementation, reducing nighttime feedings, and introducing solids

● Wean your baby/toddler from breastfeeding including emotional preparation, reducing feedings, and guidance for when your child tries to nurse again

Contains mature themes.

Latch

A Handbook for Breastfeeding with Confidence at Every Stage

Author Robin Kaplan, MEd, IBCLC

Narrated by Jo Anna Perrin

Publication date Mar 12, 2019

Running time 4 hrs

Available Formats

Supplemental Content

You can’t view any supplemental PDF materials before you buy Latch. If you purchased it elsewhere, please enter the access code provided in the beginning of the audio to view the supplemental material. All access codes should be entered in lowercase letters. PDF software is required to view the supplemental PDF.

Suggestions?
Let us know!