Safer bedsharing, with Teresa Pitman

The Birthful Podcast: Episode #2

In this episode of the Birthful Podcast, we are going to be focusing on safer bed-sharing. New parents are constantly being told that putting their babies to sleep in bed with them is risky behavior that should be avoided. Despite this, bed-sharing has doubled in the past two decades. To guide us through this conundrum, I’ll be talking with the very knowledgeable Teresa Pitman.

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Teresa Pitman

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[mark]About Teresa Pitman[/mark]

Teresa has written thousands of magazine articles on parenting topics and is the author or co-author of 17 published books, including some titles you will certainly recognize such as The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, Dr. Jack Newman’s Guide to Breastfeeding, and more recently, Sweet Sleep. She’s helped breastfeeding mothers and babies for 35 years as a La Leche League Leader and she’s also the mother of four children and the grandmother of six.

Follow Teresa on twitter: @whattpwrites

Check out any of her wonderful books at Amazon.com

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