I have breastfed both my girls for 13 months each. I was a working mother but I knew without a doubt that breastfeeding my kids was my number one priority. Their health and immunity were my primary concern.
Now breastfeeding is supposed to be easy. Put your little one to your breast and give them the warmth and nourishment they need. Well! Not always.
A lot of people struggle to breastfeed and there are a number of reasons for it. In a lot of instances, stress, lack of sleep, not being sure if you are doing it right could be the trigger. Between lack of sleep and adjusting to the baby’s schedule, rising levels of certain hormones such as cortisol can dramatically reduce your milk supply. But what can you do about it?
If you’re struggling, or you have struggled with breastfeeding your baby, you are NOT alone!
We’re here to help with a few tips and tricks that every mom should know about breastfeeding. Today I am sharing breastfeeding tips that I know can help a new mom who is breastfeeding their newborn. My hope is that other moms will know that it is possible to struggle with breastfeeding and still have success. If you feel like you are ready to give up and just can’t breastfeed, watch the video. I am sure you will change your mind.
Tip# 1 – Every mother rich or poor, fat or thin, fair or dark can breastfeed
Tip# 2 – Breast is best – the advantages outweigh everything else
Tip# 3 – Tell yourself – this is something only I can do
Tip# 4 – Every mother gets enough milk to feed her child
Tip# 5 – Don’t breastfeed in front of people you are not comfortable with
Tip # 6 – Your breasts are the magic kitchen for your little one
Tip # 7 – It’s hygienic, unadulterated & ready to use
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