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Whether you’re breastfeeding, bottle feeding or both, in the first few weeks of babies, you may face trouble in feeding them. While every child is different and respond to the feeding in their specific ways, there’re some ways that can be applied on babies to know whether they’re in trouble or not. However, if you are raising an infant, try your best to relax. Stress will make the feeding more difficult to you and your babies. Don’t be afraid of asking nurses or specialists for help in feeding babies, if it’s what you’re being.

Description: If you are raising an infant, try your best to relax.

If you are raising an infant, try your best to relax.

Bottle feeding

Moms who are bottle feeding should hold their children in front of their chests with their arms while letting children’s head point forward. Baby’s bottom should be laid on your thigh, or on a pillow placed in your lap if it’s more comfortable. Remember to hold baby’s head and neck with your arms, tickle her mouth with a dummy. In bottle feeding, baby’s back will turn to you.

Feeding positions

Description: There’re a several ways recommended for feeding babies.

There’re a several ways recommended for feeding babies.

There’re a several ways recommended for feeding babies. First, you can keep a baby in the crook of your arm, support his head and body with your arm and let his head point forward. After that, gently turn baby to your hip so that his abdomen faces to you. Use the hand on the other arm to lift your breast and show the nipple to baby’s mouth. Baby’s bottom will lie on your arm or in your lap in this position. Another way is you can switch the arm that holds the baby to the other arm and let baby’s feet point forward. In this position, you can control the breast you breastfeed your child with the other hand.  

Considerations about feeding

Description: If possible, you should prepare a few ounces of breast milk a day so that your husband can help you feed your babies.

If possible, you should prepare a few ounces of breast milk a day so that your husband can help you feed your babies.

Some parents stop for a couple minutes each time and repeat it during a breastfeeding section to comfort babies from eructing. Nonetheless, there’re other ways to help fathers take part in the connecting process. If possible, you should prepare a few ounces of breast milk a day so that your husband can help you feed your babies. This will allow him to see himself as a part of raising children as well as give you some time to rest. For example, if you pump more milk, your husband can use the milk to feed your babies in the evening, saving a couple hours for you to sleep.

 

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