Pregnant? Breastfeeding Tip for Moms-To-Be

ebreastfeedingATTENTION! Late pregnancy moms ~ There’s no need to suffer with sore nipples when nursing your little one! The best breastfeeding tip I learned from my natural childbirth instructor was ‘Ouchie-Pull’ Nipple Conditioning. Speaking from my own experience with both my baby boys, you will be able to nurse your baby in total comfort. Guaranteed.

When you get dressed and undressed for 8-12 weeks before your due date:

  • Pinch the areola just behind your nipples, gently but firmly.
  • Pull the breast, up and out, away from your chest, so the areola skin stretches.
  • Repeat 10 times, morning and evening, when dressing / undressing

This may not be comfortable for some women (it was totally okay for me), but it’s MUCH easier to deal with than sore, engorged, cracked, bleeding, nursing breasts! Your skin, areola, and nipples will gently stretch and toughen up during the last weeks before you give birth. And your breasts will be ready to nourish your wee one with the best nutrition nature provides. You and your baby will enjoy the sweet bonding and quick post birthing recovery, breast feeding provides for a loving confident start to your child’s life.

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