How To Feed A Newborn Baby In South Africa

What is a Newborn Baby?

An infant or baby is the very young offspring of human beings. The infant is a formal or specialized synonym for the common term baby. 

How To Feed A Newborn Baby In South Africa?

Your newborn will nurse about 8 to 12 times per day during the first weeks of life. In the beginning, mothers may want to try

 nursing for 10–15 minutes on each breast, then adjust the time as needed. Breastfeeding should be on demand (when your baby is hungry), which is generally every 1–3 hours.

How do I get my newborn to start feeding?

Massaging your baby’s skin, changing their nappy, and expressing a little milk for them to taste can help get your baby interested in feeding.