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While you're waiting for the email, let me tell you part of my story.


When I had my first baby, I was sooo excited (and exhausted; but mostly excited) and was overwhelmed with the joy of being a mom. Things were generally going smoothly, except for breastfeeding.


I really thought I was ready!


I had already read several books and countless articles on the topic. It was clear that I really wanted to offer my child the health benefits, both physically and emotionally, that was told breastfeeding offered.


But there was one small (actually big) problem. My child wasn't latching on properly!


I struggled for weeks trying to get my first baby to latch on properly (so simple, but so difficult, right?). And that was just the tip of the iceberg compared to all the other challenges I ran into with breastfeeding.


Thankfully, a friend β€‹recommended a video series that they said helped them out, so I thought I'd give it a try. I had already researched a lot about the topic before I gave birth, so I was skeptical how this could help, but I thought I'd give it a try anyway.


The results?


​​In only hours after watching the videos, my newborn was finally latching on properly (yay!), and over the next week, the transformation was almost miraculous! All the issues I was experiencing with breastfeeding got resolved, and I can't even express how relieved I was!


If you can relate to my story, if you desperately need help with breastfeeding or you just want to be more prepared (if you haven't given birth yet), let me recommend the same book that changed my world many years ago. Here are a couple things you'll get out of the book...

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    Discover Pain Free Breastfeeding With Correct Latching Techniques
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    Find Out How To Increase Your Milk Supply & Properly Store Your Milk
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    Learn Massages Parents Can Do To Help Your Baby Sleep

If you need breastfeeding help, this is your best next step.


Even if you feel like you've "tried everything" already, this is worth another try! Click the button below to learn more about the book...

To your success,


Sarah Lou

Editor, ForTheParents.com

P.S. Read this now, while it's still fresh on your mind!