Learning some breastfeeding 101 before baby arrives is going to give you a serious advantage. Breastfeeding is something that we expect to be second nature
– Baby should have all, or most of the areola in their mouth – Their lips should be splayed out – Baby's chin should be against your breast
2. Learn how to latch baby and what makes a good latch
Certain positions are for newborns because they give you greater control of promoting a good latch.
3. Know the breastfeeding positions and when to use them
– Cradle hold – Crossover hold – Football hold – Laid-back position
4. The most common breastfeeding positions are:
To get your breastfeeding journey started right and build a proper milk supply it is essential that you nurse your baby on demand.
Extreme engorgement on the first few days. Many mamas describe it as your breasts feeling like painful, heavy, rocks
6. Be aware of common breastfeeding problems in the first week
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