Sit in a chair with your baby in your lap and the baby's head resting in the bend of your elbow on the same side where your baby will breast-feed. The baby's head rests between your thumb and fingers and her upper back is in the palm of your hand. It also is a good position for small babies and babies having trouble learning to latch on correctly. By changing your position slightly you can feed the baby from both breasts while lying on one side. As a general rule, anything that works is OK as long as your baby has both your nipple and much of your areola in her mouth and she can breathe. If your baby is not latched on correctly, you will get sore nipples and your baby won't get as much milk. Be sure to place your baby on her back for sleep.
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