Posts in Fourth Trimester
Breastfeeding Myth #2 - Coffee
13 Ways For Partners To Bond With A New Baby
The next in my ‘Breastfeeding Myths’ mini series of posts. Giving you information so you can make the right informed decisions for YOU. Today it’s all about that morning savior a cup of coffee, caffeine and breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding Myth #1 - Wine!
The bond between a mother and her baby is intense. It’s a bond that has been able to grow and flourish over the whole 9 months or so of pregnancy, an intimate and unique connection. But the partner-baby bond is *so* important too, and having ideas as to how to grow and nurture this bond is really important.
With a little time and patience partner and baby will form their own special and unique loving bond, and that is a real joy to behold. So here are 13 ways that partners can try to feel more involved, and nurture that bond with their baby:
Partners & Breastfeeding - 5 Ways They Can Be Part Of It
There are so many myths surrounding breastfeeding, and many have been around for years - despite research demonstrating that they are untrue. So I’m starting a little series of posts to bust some of the breastfeeding myths - as many of them can put off or discourage breastfeeding or make women feel in some way crap. And that is definitely something I do not want!
Number one is perhaps the most important - the myth that you cannot drink alcohol when you’re breastfeeding. Utter rubbish….read on to learn some basics and rules that allow you to enjoy a glass (if you want to).
The first few months after the birth of your baby (the Fourth Trimester) can be a real emotional rollercoaster ride. New mums, and new families, need lots of support to help them as they settle into the new rhythms of their new life with a newborn. This is particularly true during the early days, weeks and months of breastfeeding. And often partners can feel that breastfeeding is an area where they aren’t able to be involved - but actually the opposite is true.
So read on and learn a number of simple yet brilliant ways that partners can be a valuable part of the breastfeeding journey…..