In the first hours after your baby is born, skin-to-skin contact and staying with your baby at all times is something hospitals and parents should be practicing everywhere.
Welcome to the July 2010 Carnival of Nursing in Public This post was written for inclusion in the Carnival of Nursing in Public hosted by Dionna and Paige at NursingFreedom.org.
Ah, breastfeeding. Such a beautiful and wonderful thing. And while it is the most healthy and natural thing to do, it's not always simple...
QMy baby and I seem to be off to a great start with breastfeeding- her latch is great! But my biggest concern is milk supply. How do I know my baby is getting enough to eat?
Body pillow, yoga-style pants, healthy pre-packaged snacks (plus the occasional box of donut holes) and naps were among my must-have items during both of my pregnancies.