A delicate and poetic book to answer with great honesty and sweetness to all the questions that children have about breastfeeding.
How do you make mommy’s milk? by Amelia Tipaldi and Carlotta Passarini is a small, candid book to answer with great honesty and sweetness all the questions that children have about breastfeeding. ‘Mom, how do you make mom’s milk? To make mommy’s milk first you need a mom. It takes a wide-open mouth that takes in all the breasts and a couch where mom can be comfortable. It takes a bed with big pillows for long nights and water if mom gets thirsty. A dad or grandma to help around the house and smiles that say, Come on mom you can do this!’
Amelia Tipaldi was born in Turin in 1978. An engineer mother of three sons, she writes poetry on her blog www.mammaraccontamiunastoria.com and on her Facebook page, followed by over 50 thousand people. Carlotta Passarini was born in 1977 in Bologna, where she lives and works. She graduated in Architecture and later obtained a PhD in ‘Architectural and Urban Design’ at the University of Florence.