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Have Milk, Will Travel reveals the lighter side of nursing and throws a lifeline of humor to mothers in the thick of lactation. Established and emerging writers address the trials, tribulations, and laugh-out-loud turbulence of life as the one-stop milk shop. Knowing that other mothers nurse in crazy situations, go to extreme lengths to regulate milk supply, or unwittinglyHave Milk, Will Travel reveals the lighter side of nursing and throws a lifeline of humor to mothers in the thick of lactation. Established and emerging writers address the trials, tribulations, and laugh-out-loud turbulence of life as the one-stop milk shop. Knowing that other mothers nurse in crazy situations, go to extreme lengths to regulate milk supply, or unwittingly pump breast milk while on the radio, readers can be assured that they are not alone in having lost all modesty and that, in fact, they may be doing better than most. Edited by Rachel Epp Buller and with a foreword written by Wendy Haldeman and Corky Harvey, founders of The Pump Station & Nurtury, Have Milk, Will Travel offers tales of too much milk, not enough milk, nursing gone right, nursing gone wrong, and everything in between....

Title : Have Milk, Will Travel: Adventures in Breastfeeding
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ISBN : 9781927335215
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 160 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Have Milk, Will Travel: Adventures in Breastfeeding Reviews

  • Literary Mama
    2018-10-28 10:43

    In 2011, artist Jill Miller introduced Pittsburgh to The Milk Truck, a refurbished ice cream truck with a giant nipple on its roof. The truck celebrates breastfeeding, riding to the rescue of nursing mothers who have been asked to nurse in restrooms or cease feeding their children altogether. With a quick tweet, mom is rewarded with a quick comfortable place to nurse in the back of the truck and a business owner appalled by the nipple parked out front. The Milk Truck represents what so many mothers know to be true about breastfeeding: that it’s often equal parts humor and struggle, as noted by Rachel Epp Buller, editor of Have Milk, Will Travel: Adventures in Breastfeeding.Read Literary Mama's full review here: http://www.literarymama.com/reviews/a...

  • Kate
    2018-10-22 05:53

    Funny relatable stories - nursing on the go, pumping, weaning - really enjoyed reading this book while nursing!

  • Michelle
    2018-11-15 08:53

    A laugh out loud yet honest down to earth read.I am giving it to my coworker whose baby is due in December.She reads as I do and I think it will keep her spirits up and give her hope.

  • Sarah
    2018-11-18 07:45