Maintenance of a child. Classic pose of breastfeeding - "cradle"

NewbornGrasp Mamysh with a hand that is closer to the head of his mom holding a newborn in front of his chest, grasping it with one mitt while the other falls chest. In this position may be possible.One moms convenient clasp kid with the mitt that is closer to his head, giving his chest with the other hand (that is, if the kid in a left natural, the mother is holding his left mitt and rightly mitt supports the fresh, and vice versa). Child's head is on a hand of her mum's elbow.Other women more suited the like pose with slight modification. You clasp the newborn mitt, the opposite fresh, he sucks (that is, the kid sucks the left natural, and you hold it with your right hand and left chest filing). This variation is called "cross-cradle". It is specifically serious for babies, as mum holds the child's head with his mitt.  "The cross-cradle" on the pillow is comfortable for a small ones Keep child to grip the chest: a nipple must be above rotika child, almost at a level of his nose. Feeding fresh, nipple aim upward toward a sky. As be able to reach a more wide-open mouths and less pain upon suckling.In a of the versions of "cradle" very prettily kids is convenient to put on a pillow so however not to have tired hand. Child's tummy should be turned to my mother. If you need to lift the leg, substitute a little bench, inverted bowl or a limited footrest.    Attention of a newborn. Alike posts:Moms. LactationNewbornChild upkeep. LactationNewbornTeething in childrenBaby.

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