As parents, we want to give the best to our children. We want them to have good clothes, safe home, delicious food, and healthy lifestyle. We work hard to make sure that they are well-provided for. Children easily absorb how “easy” it is to buy food, get new clothes or shoes, and purchase more things they need and want. But how do we draw the line in making sure they are not spoiled? How do we let our children know that not everyone is as blessed as they are? How do we teach them to care for the less fortunate?
Congratulations on your new bundle of joy! Breastfeeding has always been tagged as being the best for babies. Breast Milk is specially designed for your baby. The bond that you formed from pregnancy to birth continues on to breastfeeding. Your milk is the most complete and nutritious food for your newborn. Although breastfeeding comes so naturally to moms, not everyone is as lucky. The best weapon is information. Educate yourself on the many aspects of breastfeeding.
Let us first tackle what happens right after you give birth. Do you have milk right away? Can you use your breast pump immediately? Why doesn’t any milk come out?
How about living in a home where lulling your child to sleep becomes a routine? A tranquil abode of sweet cuddles while brushing his fine sunny hair. The gentle caress and lucid affection that mends every daunted heart. A life with glee, seasoned with bliss and hope, a never-ending clamor for love– reciprocated love. A love that knows no boundaries. A love that’s far beyond compare. A love that’s inseparable. A love that never grows old. One that sails, goes on, and never fails. A Mother’s love.