At both hospitals, I was asked immediately after delivering my sons (and maybe even before), what my feeding plans would be. With my first son, it was challenging to get the hang of the process, struggling not only from the pain of a c-section but also the pain of the new sensation. However, with the help of the lactation consultants, we were able to get him feeding. They even followed up with me once I was sent home. (via Breastfeeding Saves Babies Lives: The First Hour Superfood)
Tawanna Browne Smith is a travel writer for 10 Best.com, freelance writer/blogger, and family travel strategist. She has a Masters in Public Policy - International Economic Development but has chosen to stay home to care for her critically ill son. She’s happily married to her Navy husband and two energetic boys. To learn more about Tawanna, you can find her at www.momsguidetotravel.com.