Crazy for Milk
What No One Tells a New Mother about Breastfeeding, Lactation and Relationships
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Less than half the new mothers continue breastfeeding their infants after six months.
"Mom never warned me that my life would change this dramatically when I had kids. Some things, I could deal with. The others hit me unexpectedly, like a tsunami. Emma was my tsunami ..."
She wants to do what's best for everyone.
Feeling alone and misunderstood, Megan struggles to find the perfect balance between motherhood, marriage and her career in the early months of being a new parent. Add her husband’s constant demands for things to go back to the way they were before their newborn entered their lives plus her extended family’s expectations of her as a new mother, it is a recipe for disaster.
Change never comes easy.
Crazy for Milk takes a raw, emotional look into the challenges a new mother faces while trying to be the perfect mother, hold down a full-time job and keep her marriage alive. Follow her journey as she finds her balance between being a mother, a wife and her own needs.
Sneak a peek into "Crazy for Milk":
"Nursing Emma on the rocking chair, my frustration grew as I realized that he was punishing me for rejecting him, for not submitting to his demands and for insisting on doing things my way. I hated it when he tried to dictate how I should live my life and yet, it was this same strength in him -- the ability to make decisions, to lead -- that drew me to him in the first place. I wanted him to respect my right to make decisions for this family too but somehow or another, I had ended up pushing him further away."