An infant bottle-feeding aversion is one of the most complex, stressful and confusing situations parents could face. Baby becomes distressed at feeding times and refuses to feed or eats very little despite obvious hunger. Why won't he/she eat? This is a question parents ask numerous health professionals while searching for a solution. Babies are typically diagnosed with one, two or three medical conditions to explain their aversive feeding behavior during brief appointments. Unfortunately, behavioral causes are often overlooked. Consequently, many parents don't receive an effective solution from the health professionals they consult. This is why this book is so necessary. In Your Baby's Bottle-feeding Aversion, Rowena describes the various reasons babies display aversive feeding behavior, explains how the reader can identify the cause, and describes effective solutions. Included are step-by-step instructions on how to resolve a behavioral feeding aversion that occurs as a result of being repeatedly pressured to feed - the most common of all reasons for babies to become averse to bottle-feeding. Your Baby's Bottle-feeding Aversion provides practical professional feeding advice that not only makes good sense, it works.
About the Author
Rowena Bennett is an Australian nurse who holds professional qualifi cations in various nursing fields including pediatrics, midwifery, child health, mental health, and lactation consultant. She has over 20 years experience advising parents how to resolve infant feeding and sleeping problems. Rowena has helped over 1000 babies get over their aversion to bottle-feeding and enjoy feeding once again. Parents claim the relief is life changing.