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I have only positive things to say about Permission to Mother, an autobiographical account of a thoughtful mother and clinician who courageously writes from her heart, soul, brain, and personal experience; who is open to change in her views and opinions and is not guided by the safety of rules of any group or the status quo; she is guided by love and openness to the experiences life brings her and her family. Her process benefits her and those around her and those who read her words. And to add to that, the writing style and story telling ability here make it a very enjoyable read speckled with both the humor and seriousness of life. ~Laura Keegan RN FNP, author of Breastfeeding with Comfort and Joy

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Friday, November 27, 2009

I am having a give away

I'd like to give-away one of my books, Permission to Mother. Please leave me a comment, short and sweet, what your favorite topic(s) are that I blog about. In a few days, I will choose a winner and post it. If I have a have a great response I may pick more than one winner.

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15 comments:

Megan B. said...

While I of course love your posts about breastfeeding, your practice, and other issues regarding attachment parenting, I really enjoy your posts about your family. Your love for them truly shows, and that is why I would love to win a copy of your book, because I'm sure it is an amazing book about mothering.

Rixa said...

I don't need to be entered, since I already have a copy (thanks!) but I love your posts about breastfeeding in particular. I really liked the one about adoptive breastfeeding with the mom using a SNS at the breast.

Jenny said...

i actually liked the latest post on your views about flu vaccines. i always want to know what health care professionals, like yourself, think about them

Jaclyn and Devan Swallom said...

I enjoy how you show that you practice what you preach. You don't say to breastfeed and then formula feed... and your posts are always interesting

womantowomancbe said...

I like it when you work through some of the breastfeeding issues you've seen. It is helpful to be able to use your knowledge among my own friends and/or send them to your blog for help, since we don't live near you. So many "health care providers" (doctors, nurses, and even lactation consultants) are unable to offer *real* help, so give halfhearted breastfeeding advice, and finish with, "and if this doesn't work, you can always switch to formula"! -- and that seriously undermines a nursing mother's strength, power, and ability to believe that she can successfully breastfeed.

You help women around the country by your wonderful knowledge base and experience. It's helpful that you've got the "credentials" of being a doctor, as well as the heart of being a lactation consultant.

I also like your posts on diet, because it helps people buck the "Standard American Diet" [SAD] which is not very healthy.

Fun Mama - Deanna said...

I especially enjoy your posts about breastfeeding and success stories. I like seeing breastfeeding photos, especially of toddlers nursing. I also enjoy reading about your adventures with homeschooling your boys and about their religious studies. These are adventures I look forward to someday and I like reading your perspective.

Trish the dish said...

I love reading about breastfeeding and baby wearing. It helps me feel more prepared for what is coming any day now!

Kelly said...

My favorite thing I read on your blog was about how you are still breastfeeding your oldest and not sure how much he is actually getting but you pointed out that breastfeeding satisfies more needs than just nutritional. I really needed to hear that the day I read it - and today. I'm struggling with my milk supply but don't want to give up the breastfeeding bond just yet. I've stuck with it this long, and I'm determined to make it through yet another obstacle. Oh, and I would love to read your book. Your insight has been much appreciated!

lululily said...

I just came over here from Stand and Deliver, and I'm really excited to find you! I look forward to exploring your blog in the next few days (birth and breastfeeding are my thing!) but I started with Dyslexia today... sort of querying, questioning, looking at my eldest and wondering... I'll definitely be reading a lot more. Thank you for sharing!

iva said...

I have a 6month old girl and have been reading your posts from time to time - they've been a great source of information and inspiration, especially those on breastfeeding and babywearing

we're living in US and even though we made some friends here, all of our family is overseas and it's not always practical to discuss with them. so we're trying to get information from various sources and your blog has been one of the very helpful ones. thank you

doctorjen said...

I especially enjoy posts about your practice and clients - they give me ideas about the ideal type of practice I would like to have. I also realy enjoy your posts on homeschooling and all the discussion on dyslexia gave me some ideas for helping my youngest child (who I don't think is really dyslexic but was having some issues learning to read and you at least inspired me to look for ways to help her.)

sarahvine said...

I would love to have a copy! It sounds like a valuable and useful resource.

Permission to Mother said...

Thanks for entering!

I am closing this give away. I will post the winner by Thursday in a new blog post.

Becky R said...

I already won a copy, but just wanted to encourage everyone reading, this is the best book. I recently gave it to my pregnant sister and she loved it as well (and its her first baby)

Permission to Mother said...

I picked winners, so check out my most recent post at the top of the blog!

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