How My Breasts Saved the World: Misadventures of a Nursing Mother by Lisa Wood Shapiro
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hilarious. I found it while perusing the parenting shelf at my local library. Really glad I picked it up, and I read it within a day. While I couldn't relate to everything, the memoir of nursing really struck a cord. And it's written in such a way that keeps you laughing. I should look and see if she has a blog ...
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This book has inspired a lot of people, especially nursing mothers. The dynamics of breast feeding was told in a humorous approach, with raw straightforwardness and wit. A very brilliant piece by Lisa Shapiro.
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