How [NOT] to Nurse a Baby

"As a father during childbirth classes, they told me to have skin-to-skin contact with my child as well.  I thought this is what they meant!"

Being a new parent (my daughter is eight months old as of yesterday), I get tons of advice from people on how to raise my kid.  And when I say people, I mean mostly idiots.  Idiots that don’t even have kids, but they’ve tried out some new thing that “worked on their sisters kid,” or their “fathers brothers mothers sisters granddaughters first nephew”…idiots.

Anyways, in order to counter-attack this barrage of kidiotic kidvice (that’s a new term that I just coined), I’m starting a new series on this blog, simply dedicated to ONE thing:  Awesome Child Care!  We will start the first article today, with one of the first things that you must do after giving birth.  By “you,” I mean the ladies out there, but for you visual learners out there:

"As a father during childbirth classes, they told me to have skin-to-skin contact with my child as well. I thought this is what they meant!"

I’ve done some stupid things as a father, but I’ve never done this [on purpose].  Well there is that occasional instance in which the kid confuses your boobs for your wife’s boobs.  If you’re slightly overweight, such an occurrence may not be so occasional.  But either way, if this DOES happen, you probably have an issue, be it mental or physical, and you should seek some sort of medical attention, and/or maybe go on a diet…

Disclaimer:  All of the images used in this series are from the book Safe Baby Handling Tips by Kelly and David Sopp…Buy it!


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