Breastfeeding And Catholic Motherhood: God's Plan For You And Your Baby

Breastfeeding And Catholic Motherhood: God's Plan For You And Your Baby Breastfeeding And Catholic Motherhood By Sheila M Kippley Why Breastfeeding Is Good For You And Good For Your Baby, Now And Forever God Has A Plan For You And Your Baby, And It Starts With Breastfeeding He Wants You To Use The Gifts He Gave You Physical And Spiritual To Help Your Baby Thrive And Mold You Into A Loving Catholic Mother That S Why The Church Has Long Promoted Breastfeeding Today, Many Mothers Know That The Medical Evidence In Favor Of Breastfeeding Is Overwhelming Your Milk Nourishes Your Baby And Boosts His Immunity Your Warm, Reassuring Maternal Embrace Fosters His Early Mental And Emotional Development But The Spiritual Reasons For Breastfeeding Are Just As Strong Citing Priests And Popes, Author Sheila Kippley Here Shows That Nursing Is Not Only The Best Way To Ensure Your Baby S Health And Proper Psychological Development It S An Integral Part Of Your Vocation As A Catholic Mother Nursing Your Baby Is An Act Of Christian Charity Indeed, Pope John Paul II Says That Nursing Mothers Are Truly Heroic Their Selflessness Is A Boon To The Family, The Church, And Society Breastfeeding Creates The Intimate Bonds Of Love And Trust On Which All Christian Communion Is Based It Awakens Tenderness In You And A Sense Of Wonder At Creation, Especially At The Marvel You Cradle In Your Arms, Your Tiny Baby These Pages Show That Breastfeeding Is The Best Care You Can Give Your Baby, And It S Also Good For You As A Catholic Woman Nursing Will Deepen Your Love And Develop In You Habits Of Meditation And Prayer Let Sheila Kippley Help You Take The Next Step Toward Breastfeeding Soon, As You Gaze On The Baby Nursing In Your Arms, You Ll Find Praise Of God Welling Up In Your Soul, And Thanksgiving For His Wonderful Works And For The Marvelous Gifts He Has Given You

Sheila Kippley, mother of five, has been active in the natural family planning movement since 1969 Her teaching of ecological breastfeeding for natural child spacing has helped many mothers enjoy a natural form of mothering She has spoken on the importance of the mother during the early years, natural child spacing, and the spiritual aspects of breastfeeding Her latest book is Breastfeeding and

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  • Paperback
  • 107 pages
  • Breastfeeding And Catholic Motherhood: God's Plan For You And Your Baby
  • Sheila Kippley
  • English
  • 20 June 2018
  • 9781933184043

10 thoughts on “Breastfeeding And Catholic Motherhood: God's Plan For You And Your Baby

  1. says:

    loved this book aside from her equating working mothers with raising sociopaths.

  2. says:

    I cannot explain how much I love this book Every mother should read it

  3. says:

    I would recommend this book for every expecting catholic mother It ties in the spirituality and connection that breastfeeding gives Tons of stuff from JP2 as well.

  4. says:

    This book is a good introduction to the importance and joy of breastfeeding your child Sheila Kippley is simple and straightforward in explaining the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of taking on this important role in your child s life While she emphasizes the importance and normality of breastfeeding, especially what she terms ecological breastfeeding which includes not feeding your baby on a scheduled but based on the baby s needs and desires, and offering the baby the breast instead of using pacifiers, etc she is sympathetic to mother s who may not be able to breastfeed or breastfeed as long because of health or financial reasons She also includes a section which offers tips and experiences which I found helpful in understanding how to approach breastfeeding in a way which relieves a great deal of the awkwardness and inconvenience and brings to light how fulfilling and worthy such caring and close interaction with your child can be.

  5. says:

    This book is a good and inspiring summary of the physical and spiritual benefits of breastfeeding woven with Catholic theology and support I was hoping it would be a little bit moving, but it was effective and encouraging in its simplicity It was a very affirming book and came at the perfect time for me It was illuminating to see this way of mothering expressed through the teachings of the Church Beautiful.

  6. says:

    Good Information, Unsure of ApplicationI really liked parts of this book for the support of breastfeeding as the best nourishment for babies I also liked the information about NFP and La Leche League However, I m still not sold on attachment parenting or co sleeping and I think this book makes it seem like no mother should ever be without her baby for the first few years I just think this is unrealistic and somewhat unhealthy.

  7. says:

    I was so disappointed by this book I was really looking forward to it breastfeeding and Catholicism Two of my favorite things But I was very much turned off by how the author vilified working moms I also think that her view on mothers who do not breastfeed is very narrow and dismissive of the real problems they might be facing But most importantly, I was hoping for a serious, theology based discussion of breastfeeding, while this book mostly relies on anecdotae.

  8. says:

    This is a wonderful, inspiring book on the reasons for breastfeeding Kippley provides scriptural and pontifical reasons for nursing your baby exclusively for six months and extended breastfeeding for at least two years I ve always weaned my children by 18 months, but I ve been inspired to try nursing my fifth child until s he is two

  9. says:

    I LOVE this book It s a little friend of mine I highly recommend it to any Catholic mother, or anyone that doubts the power that God gave to mothers as such It s a remarkable relationship, this one of breastfeeding, and I am so grateful to have found this book to help me realize this simple truth in a profound way.

  10. says:

    In a culture where doctors do not understand the basic physiology of breastfeeding and natural child spacing, this book is a gift It is not a page turner, but the information is sound and encouraging.

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