Q&A with SPB:
Will breastfeeding hurt? What does a good latch look like?
Although biologically instinctive, sometimes we haven’t seen other women breastfeed. Learning how to breastfeed has a visual as well as physical learning curve.
Big thank you to Desiree Allison, IBCLC, RLC at the Arizona Breastfeeding Center for taking the time to sit down with us! Here is her answer to today's question:
What to look for in your Sweet Pea:
Catch your baby in early stages of hunger, and baby will be a lot more patient with you as you get a good latch.
Source: Image developed by Women's and Newborn Services Royal
Brisbane and Woman's Hospital. Queensland Government.
Get to support groups and ask other moms what they see/if they have any tips
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