- Breastfeeding, Parenting and Christianity
- Breastfeeding, Parenting and Judaism
- Breastfeeding, Parenting and Islam
Breastfeeding, Parenting and Christianity
Gentle Christian Mothers has articles and more.
Maria Lactans: Mary as Nursing Mother includes a gallery of some of the most famous artistic depictions of Mary as nursing mother
Interesting Quotes compiled by Dr. Jack Newman. This includes many biblical quotes regarding breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding and the Bible from the Kidz are People Too website. Scriptural quotes and links to additional information.
Breastfeeding and the Bible by Larry G. Overton
But I Don’t Want to Nurse All the Time OR Watch the Clock! by Rebecca Prewett. A commentary on breastfeeding styles based on Biblical principles.
Design in Infant Nutrition by Rex D. Russell, M.D. From the Institute for Creation Research. “In this article, we will see that the more the human breast and its milk are studied, the more obvious it is that neither random chance nor survival of the fittest could explain their design and complexity.”
Interested in the Babywise books or the Preparation for Parenting series? Look here for more information.
- Information on Ezzo
- www.ezzo.info is a resource for parents who are interested in information about the Ezzo method of parenting.
- On Becoming Childwise: A Critique. A review of Gary Ezzo’s book geared for children 3 to 7 years.
Breastfeeding, Parenting and Judaism
Straight from the Heart: A Torah Perspective On Mothering Through Nursing by Tehilla Abramov
Breastfeeding, Parenting and Islam
Nurturing Through Breastfeeding by Mildred M. El-Amin
The Importance Of Breastfeeding To The Muslim Child by Maria Hussain
Breastfeeding in Islam resources from The Islamic Garden
Breastfeeding and Islamic Teaching by Mohammad Ali Al-Bar
Breastfeeding in Islam by Dr. Ihsan Dogramaci
Going with the Flow by Manl el-Jesri, from EgyptToday.com (November 2003). Mothers who want to adopt an orphan are prevented by Islamic law from giving it the full rights of any other family member, but adoptive breastfeeding may solve this problem.