Cassar-Uhl, D. (2014). Finding sufficiency: Breastfeeding with insufficient glandular tissue. Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

Book chapters or excerpts

Robisch, J. E. (2014). Yes, she’s 4 and yes, she’s still breastfeeding. To three and beyond: Stories of breastfed children and the mothers who love them. Amarillo, TX: Praeclarus Press.

Roche-Paull, R. (2010). Breastfeeding in combat boots: A survival guide to successful breastfeeding while serving in the military. Plano, TX: Hale Publishing.


Cassar-Uhl, D. (2012). Yes, she’s 4 and yes, she’s still breastfeeding. Clinical Lactation, 3(3), 119-122.

Information Sheet

Cassar-Uhl, D. (2011). Vitamin D, your baby, and you. Schaumburg, IL: La Leche League International.

Feel free to take a look at some other writing I’ve done about breastfeeding:

Supporting mothers with mammary hypoplasia

A cup or two, for my best friend

If you leave me now (working and breastfeeding) — page 10

Traveling with your breastfed baby?  Enjoy the journey! — page 6

Primary prevention: Breastfeeding protects against breast cancer — page 18

Vitamin D and breastmilk — what’s a babe to do?

Baby explains — normal newborn behavior 

Breastfeeding and the Working Mother

Assessing and leveraging learning preferences to optimize how we help mothers

Podcast: When the booby fairy doesn’t arrive: a podcast interview on insufficient glandular tissue/breast hypoplasia

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