“Breast milk is the best for baby” I have heard this statement repeatedly even before I gave birth to my first child. I agreed! Nutritionists and even doctors would agree that. No doubt breast milk is a complete food that babies needs for their growth and development. It contains antibodies, which help to strengthen the immune system.
For breastfeeding mothers the most common breast feeding problems are low milk supply, overabundant milk supply, sore nipples, engorged breasts, breast refusal, blocked ducts, breast pain and others. There is always a solution to the breastfeeding problem which you can find on various articles, advises from others and from an infant feeding specialist.
The way I see breastfeeding is a blessing not only for the mother but the child as well. It has been said that mother’s milk is the best, highly nutritious and builds the baby immune system. I strongly believed that the nursing relationship has great attachments, deeply connected and bonding between mother and child. Parents have various stories to share when it comes to breast-feeding from child one to the next, they face different experiences.
My most challenging, I would say the toughest and tiring breastfeeding experience will be my first child. As a first time parent I have no idea of how would it feel when the baby sucked or the proper way to nurse a baby. I know it is a way to feed the baby and after weeks of my breastfeeding journey, I discovered that it was more than just feeding the baby. It is all about love, bonding, and relationship and so much more. It is definitely a priceless experience I ever had.