woman breastfeeding

You want to get breastfeeding right!

You are worried because your friends say
breastfeeding is hard.

You are nervous because you've heard
breastfeeding is painful

You are planning to breastfeed and want to be prepared,
OR
You are in the early days of breastfeeding and have so many questions.

You worry about what is normal and
what is cause for concern.

You want accurate information from an experienced source.



Breastfeed Like A Boss will answer your breastfeeding questions through your baby's first year.


This easy to read and easy to navigate eBook will give you practical tips from the moment your baby is born through the first year.

It will give you information, reassurance and confidence!

  • The most important thing you can do in the first few days to help breastfeeding.
  • The best time to feed your baby
  • How to know your baby is getting enough to eat from breastfeeding.
  • Common problems and solutions that work
  • Important things to avoid
  • Pumping tips
  • Tips for going back to work
  • What is normal weight gain is for a breastfed baby?
  • How developmental stages can affect breastfeeding
  • Common challenges when breastfeeding an older baby.
  • Breastfeeding and solid foods
  • Sleep problems
  • Annoying breastfeeding behaviors you probably haven’t heard abou
cover of breastfeeding tips book
I loved it! I thought is was so accessible and perfect tips in a concise way for new moms.
Deborah L.
School Social Worker
First-time mom
I found it helpful. The reminders are great because things are different EVERY time, for every mom/babe.
Sera C
Second-time mom
Quick, easy to follow read. Short, simple and to the point. Easy to check in quickly when a mom is looking for tips.
Alexandra S.
Writer
Second-time mom

Author Info

Andrea Tran is an RN and lactation consultant (IBCLC). She has been helping breastfeeding families for over 25 years.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Andrea Tran is an RN and lactation consultant (IBCLC). She has been helping breastfeeding families for over 25 years.