Book and online course – Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets

BOOKBreastfeeding Twins and Triplets; a Guide for Professionals and Parents

Kathryn’s book “Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets; a Guide for Professionals and Parents” is now available to buy at all good book stores.

Or from Jessica Kingsley Publishers

This book guides the reader through:

Pregnancy and all the mixed feelings involved with discovering there is more than one,

Preparing to breastfeed, what to expect, milk production, latching a new baby, newborn baby behaviour and antenatal colostrum harvesting.

Premature Birth. Hand expressing, pumping, kangaroo care, transitioning baby onto the breast

Early Birth. The impact of late preterm and early term birth, first 48 hours, how to tell if baby is feeding well, what to do if they are not.

Full Term Multiples. First 48 hours, early babies reaching full term

Tandem feeding pros and cons and positions

Breastfeeding continued … takes the reader through baby behaviour, daytimes, evenings and nights, fourth trimester, fussy periods, sleep, mental health, older siblings, pumping

Common problems. An overview of things that may happen and what to do about them!

Breastfeeding Older Babies and Toddlers. Introducing solids, returning to work, nursing manners, sleep, night weaning, stopping breastfeeding, natural term breastfeeding.

Kathryn is the leading voice in her field. This valuable book is a welcome opportunity to have knowledge alongside us in our practice. Such a no-nonsense approach is gold for anyone supporting new families” Emma Pickett, IBCLC

Essential reading for parents and professionals. It is written by an experienced lactation consultant and specialist on the issues and challenges associated with feeding more than one baby” Dr Alison Spiro, breastfeeding specialist

If preparing to breastfeed twins or triplets, or already doing so, have ‘Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets’ next to you at all times. It covers almost every possible situation that may arise when breastfeeding multiples, making it a must!” M. Karen Kerfhoff Gromada, MSN, RN, IBCLC, FILCA


ONLINE COURSEPreparing to breastfeed twins and triplets

One of the main concerns new families have when they find out they are expecting more than one baby is ‘Can I still breastfeed?’ Well, the answer is YES!

There are some more barriers to establishing breastfeeding than if you have a single and full-term baby, but with good knowledge, evidence-based information, and support, it is most definitely possible. And this is where this course is ideal.

Kathryn takes you through all the different scenarios you may encounter when establishing breastfeeding twins and triplets and explain how to approach them. As a mum of twins and lactation consultant who has supported literally thousands of multiple birth families online or in person, I have vast experience of all the common issues.

Topics include preparation and underlying knowledge of milk production and getting a good latch, premature birth and late preterm /early term birth, tandem feeding, expressing and pumping, milk storage, combination feeding, common problems and a whole lot of other things too. You will also continue to have access to this course so you can look back on different topics should those circumstances arise.

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