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Experts Tell Us the Best Breastfeeding Books For Toddlers

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Breastfeeding Books For Toddlers. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding by Teresa Pitman

This product was recommended by Vicky Damedhar from Best Babies Product

As with the classic bestseller, this update includes helpful nursing advice, information, and stories that will make it useful for both expectant and nursing mothers. There are a lot of helpful tips sprinkled throughout this book, whether you plan to breastfeed during pregnancy, want to express and store breast milk, or are preparing for breastfeeding during pregnancy.


Breastfeeding Made Simple by Nancy Mohrbacher

This product was recommended by Vicky Damedhar from Best Babies Product

You will have access to relevant information regarding the seven laws of breastfeeding with this book. There are several obstacles you may encounter while breastfeeding your baby, including breast refusal, low milk production, and weaning. This book defiantly guides you properly.


The Complete Book of Breastfeeding by Sally Wendkos

This product was recommended by Vicky Damedhar from Best Babies Product

The book, written in an easy-to-read style, takes readers step-by-step through the process of breastfeeding. There are tips on how to prepare before your baby arrives, handling issues at the hospital, safe sleep for babies, and how to breastfeed in public, as well as laws that apply to breastfeeding mothers. As well as discussing preterm infants and lactating mothers, this book offers insight into the health issues that affect them.


Work. Pump. Repeat by Jessica Shortall

This product was recommended by Vicky Damedhar from Best Babies Product

The most rewarding job in the world requires a lot of stress, and the world’s most practical book provides a guide for breastfeeding moms who are experiencing stress and guilt while doing so. In addition to offering a road map for negotiating pumping schedules with colleagues, navigating business travel, and pumping milk in less-than-ideal locations, the book also discusses the difficulties of pumping milk in less-than-ideal locations.


I’m a Weaned Kid Now by Kristi Patrice Carter J.D.

This product was recommended by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo from MomCave

My youngest, a girl, was a completely different story. At two years old, she still had no intention of giving up nursing, which she called Milk-y. We resorted to reading this book–I’m a Weaned Kid Now many times over several weeks. Each time we mentioned how on a special day coming up, we would have a Farewell to Milk-y Party. On the special day, she wore a tiara and feather boa as we read the book one last time. We had a cake with candles she blew out and a brand-new princess sippy cup to graduate to. I credit reading the book so many times in advance for preparing her emotionally.


What Does Baby Want? by Tupera Tupera

This product was recommended by Leo Young from Optimized Family

This book was created to help toddlers comprehend what it means when their mother breastfeeds their newborn baby. It’s such an essential book, but the kids get it right away. This book is wonderful for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it is about breastfeeding and assisting young children in understanding why mommy has to breastfeed their baby brother or sister. The second, and most crucial, the reason is that it normalizes nursing. It is a celebration of what is natural and assists younger siblings in understanding why a newborn is grumpy, weary, and so forth.


Mommy Breastfeeds My Baby Brother by Mark Repkin

This product was recommended by Piyushi Dhir from Help and Wellness

This wonderful graphic book for toddlers and older siblings can assist your children in understanding nursing. The story revolves around the main character Jenna, who learns the value of nursing and why her mother needs to do it. Personally, I thought it was interesting and well-written for toddlers. It was both entertaining and informative. It’s a book I’d recommend parents read to their young children to help them understand breastfeeding.


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