Table of contents for The maternity leave breastfeeding plan : how to enjoy nursing for three months and go back to work guilt-free / Will Wilkoff.


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  Acknowledgments

1. Do We Really Need Another Book About Breastfeeding?
2. What Is the Maternity Leave Breastfeeding Plan?
3. Why Should I Breastfeed My Baby?
4. I'm Afraid I Won't Like Breastfeeding Because ...
5. An Energy Crisis in the Making
6. Caught Between Cycles, Understanding Your Place in History
7. How Long Should I Breastfeed My Baby?
8. Preparing Your Mind and Adopting an Attitude
9. A Plan for the Three Months Before You Deliver
10. Your Husband's Role in the Plan
11. D-Day
12. The First Day... and Night
13. Day Two
14. The First Night Home
15. Days Three, Four, and Five
16. Is My Baby Gaining Weight?
17. Week Two: Winning the Battle Against Fatigue



18. Week Three: "I Will Not Become a Pacifier..."
19. Week Four: Adjusting to the New Reality
20. The Second Month: Striking a Balance
21. The Third Month: Enjoying Your Baby and Making Transitions
22. The Rest of the Story (Months Four Through Twelve)
23. Nursing Your Second Child
24. In Defense of Realism

   Appendix 1. Burping Your Baby

   Appendix 2. What Medications Can I Take While I Am Nursing?

   Appendix 3. Nursing Your Premature Infant

   Index





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Breast feeding, Maternity leave