Saturday, July 26, 2014

Breastfeeding: A Journey Worth Taking (Download for Free!)

Ever since I became a mom, I have been an advocate of breastfeeding. In my own little way, I encourage my girl friends, relatives and almost every woman I know who are going to be moms to breastfeed their newborns. Why is that? It's because I have seen and experienced the beauty and benefits of breastfeeding a baby. To date, it's been 34 months (and counting) that I have been breastfeeding my daughter. It didn't start as a walk in the park; the beginning of my journey was very challenging for me. I never knew I would reach this far. I'm just so glad I did take that first step. With God's grace and support of my husband, I am looking forward to nursing my daughter for as long as she wants and needs mommy's breastmilk.

I am so glad to share with you that there is a book that tells about the success stories of moms from all walks of life on breastfeeding challenges (yay, a good book companion for new moms)! This is the Breastfeeding: A Journey Worth Taking by Teresa Gumap-as Dumadag (please click here and here to read more inspirational stories from the author. Follow her on Twitter) . Another great news is it's been made available for free download on Amazon Kindle from August 1-3, 2014. Another yay! I know, right? :) This is in celebration of the World Breastfeeding Week. The author "scheduled this three-day giveaway of her eBook to coincide the start of  World Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7) as her way of helping moms all over the world achieve their personal breastfeeding goals."

What is more, Amazon Prime members may still download this eBook for free even after the 3-day promotion period while the regular customers may purchase the eBook for only $9.99 after August 3. However, if you would like to have a physical copy of this book (paperback edition), please purchase through its Facebook Page or you may send email to

Now, isn't it a great way to celebrate one of God's greatest blessings to mommyhood? :)



  1. Thank you very much for blogging about it, Mommy Joy!

    1. It's an honor, Teresa! Thank you too for the opportunity. Congratulations! :)