5.0 out of 5 starsHilarious and relatable take on one of the most discussed topics of new motherhood!
By coshy on October 2, 2014
Cassi Clark provides a humorous take on one of the most discussed (and judged) topics of new motherhood! The stories are hilarious and relatable whether you breastfeed, bottle feed or a combination. I wish I had read the book before becoming a mother and nursing so I knew what I was in for (no one tells you some of these things!) and that I wasn't alone. Will be a baby shower gift staple here on out!
This book made me feel so much better about my own struggles in breastfeeding
By L. Mullin on August 31, 2015
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This book made me feel so much better about my own struggles in breastfeeding. It's not particularly well written, in fact it seems worse than many blog posts I've read, and it's sloppily organized, but I still recommend this book to anyone who's feeling down about breastfeeding.
It is judgment free and great for those who are struggling or just needs reassurance
By Alyssa on October 19, 2014
This read was hilarious. This book is about the author's experience with breastfeeding as well as stories from other nursing mothers. It is intended to be humorous and entertaining as well as give very real what to expect situations. It is judgment free and great for those who are struggling or just needs reassurance. This is a great way to break up some of those boring books on "what to do". This is definitely a book I would recommend reading.
The Bible of Breastfeeding
This review is from: Breastfeeding Is a Bitch: But we lovingly do it anyway (Paperback) By Cassi Clark
Breastfeeding is a Bitch will suck you in like a baby to a Mommy's nipple. If You have 'Been There, Done That', 'Are Doing That Now', 'Have Tried That', or 'Think You Want To Do That' this is the book for you. This book will help you to realize we all had problems and weird or bad feelings about breastfeeding. I think one of the main points is there is help somewhere and you don't have to feel bad about going and looking for it. The LLL in your area is a good place for that help in my opinion. While reading this book I could relate and I wanted to laugh out loud, cry out loud and have another baby, so I could try just one more time to see if I could get it right this time. A Must Read for Breastfeeders of the Past, Present and Future!