Beginning in the womb, your child becomes used to your touch. The swishing of the amniotic fluid and your gentle movements sway your child toward the warmth of your body.
My son is turning four this month and we have co-slept since his birth. It not only felt natural to co-sleep, it was a deep-rooted intuition that sparked as soon as I gave birth.
When we last checked in (on this blog) with Jenn over at Baby Makin(g) Machine, she was 37 weeks along and journaling her pregnancy with a weekly photo and letter to her baby-to-be, "Lil' J."
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...