Breastfeeding correctly is as crucial as breastfeeding frequently and understanding your baby’s behaviour and nursing pattern. Breastfeeding exclusively in the early months is also important to establish your milk supply.
Breastfeeding is a skill, it doesn’t come to most mothers naturally. Being well-informed while you’re still pregnant and having good support after the birth makes all the difference.
There are many resources you can rely on today for an enjoyable breastfeeding experience. Here are some that I found the most useful when I started breastfeeding my three-month old twins.
Baby’s sleeping habits keeping you up at night? Certified child sleep consultant Sarah Ong explains what’s keeping your little one from getting a good night’s rest and solutions for sleep-deprived parents.
So just as I was getting the hang of juggling breastfeeding – expressing milk at work, managing the freezer stock, figuring out how to store and reheating the liquid gold – bubs hits the six-month mark and shows signs that he’s ready to start on solids.