19Crawl To Where The Milk Is
Moms usually think of newborns as stationary little creatures that lie there waiting for mom to care for them. But according to Breastcrawl.org, every newborn has the ability to find mom’s tata on her own, initiating breastfeeding without any help at all! Studies suggest that babies can smell mom -
and her milk-making hormones - and have a natural instinct to crawl to where the food is. Visual and auditory cues also help baby to find the right spot to latch on, so keeping the room quiet with baby and mom concentrating on each other can help the duo achieve this astonishing yet natural feat.