Check your baby’s latch. If there’s pain, something’s not right. Leaking is normal - getting nursing pads will help. Plan ahead to make nursing in public easer.
When you’re planning on breastfeeding your baby, the idea of you as the sole provider for your new baby’s nutrition may seem a bit overwhelming. However, it doesn’t need to be the case! Your partner can play a key support role in your breastfeeding process.
Perhaps the most telling thing about our media savvy culture for breastfeeding or chestfeeding now is the normalizing, documenting and sharing of this special bond via professional photography and social media.
From books to blogs, support groups to family resources, check this blog for the resources you'll need. You're not alone - you've got this, and we've got your front!
Breastfeeding a new baby can be very uncomfortable for some. Just take a moment to think about it- a very tender area (your nipples) are all of a sudden getting constantly stimulated with yanking, pulling, and suckling! Sure, they will be sore and tender to the touch at first. However, it should never be painful. Pain is a sign that something is not quite right and should be checked out by a qualified lactation professional.