- Mothers can’t be wrong, they have to be perfect.
- If a baby is crying or not getting enough sleep, it is his mother’s fault. If the baby has colic or is unwell, then she must not be getting enough breastmilk.
- Breast milk is not as important as solids. So a mother should start giving solids and cow’s milk to the baby as soon as possible.
- If the baby wants to be with the mother, it is his mother’s fault. A baby should not spend so much time with her mother alone or she will be addicted to her mother and breast milk and won’t go to someone else. In the future, it will be impossible to leave the baby.
- A baby does not start with solids because she has too much breast milk.
- All mothers are capable of breastfeeding unless she has a serious medical condition.
- A baby’s health is the best indicator of your breast milk supply.
- You don’t need any supplement for breast milk. There is no connection between breast size and breast supply.
- A baby can cry for various reasons. They don’t cry when they are hungry. They can keep track of their activities and pee counts.
- There is no need for cow’s milk or buffalo milk if the baby is being breastfed and has another source of nutrition. Nothing before 6 months not even a drop of water or ghutti. For example, If we want to have a particular food and are forced to eat something else, we won’t like it, right? Babies feel the same way. If your baby is comfortable with breast milk, don’t force solids on her until she is ready.
- Breastfeed your baby for as long as you can. Extended breastfeeding has its own benefits.
- Babies don’t get addicted to breast milk. They will wean when they want to. Don’t lose hope – be patient and keep feeding.
- Breastfeeding helps mothers along with babies.
I have promised myself to help mothers and provide them with affection and every kind of help as much as possible, and I will do this till my last breath.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions and positions (including content in any form) expressed within this post are those of the author alone. The accuracy, completeness and validity of any statements made within this article are not guaranteed. We accept no liability for any errors, omissions or representations. The responsibility for intellectual property rights of this content rests with the author and any liability with regards to infringement of intellectual property rights remains with him/her.