This early stimulation will help get your milk supply going even if your baby wasn't able to suckle at your breast. Safe Skin-to-Skin When you're having skin-to-skin time, you always want to make sure baby can breathe. Your heartbeat will calm your baby, and he will smell your breastmilk. Breastfeeding exposes your baby to new germs, and your milk has antibodies that fight against those germs. Make sure baby's head is turned to the side with his nose up in a sniffing position so he can breathe easily. It's like giving your baby his first immunization! When you're having skin-to-skin time, you always want to make sure baby can breathe.
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