That You Can Safely Ignore
As a New (or Not So New) Parent
Inside this free PDF you'll learn...
Why the theory of baby’s learning to self soothe by being left alone is unfounded
Where the cultural myth of babies needing to cry to develop their lungs originated and why you can let your mother-in-law know she can let that one go
Why the tactic of bigger and fewer feedings is potentially damaging for the breastfeeding relationship (and doesn’t help babies sleep)
Why babies don’t need sleep training to learn to sleep
Why breastfeeding is normal, healthy and anything but a bad sleep association
Once we disempower cultural myths and see them for what they are we free ourselves of the ‘rules’ of modern parenthood. Guided by the facts, science-based evidence and biological norms - rather than outdated opinions - you will be able to meet your baby’s needs while feeling happier, more fulfilled and more secure in your new roles as a mother.
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