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Laid Back Hold

Laid Back Position

Laid Back Position

Twin Laid Back Position

Twin Laid Back Position

  • Lay back and place your baby between your breasts.
  • Your baby will move towards your breast and attach to your nipple.
  • Help your baby in whatever way feels natural.

Cradle and Cross Cradle Hold

Cradle Hold

Cradle Hold

Cross Cradle Hold

Cross Cradle Hold

  • Lay your baby across your front, tummy to tummy with you and with his nose across from your nipple.
  • In the cradle position, your elbow will hold your baby’s head, and your opposite hand will support your baby’s bottom.
  • In the cross-cradle position, your hand will support your baby’s head, and the same elbow will support the baby’s bottom.

Football Hold

Football Hold

Football Hold

  • Lie your baby at your side with his tummy turned in toward you, and his nose across from your nipple.

Side Lying

Football Hold

Side Lying

  • Lie on your side with your knees bent.
  • Lie your baby on his side, facing you, with his nose across from your nipple.
  • Support your baby by placing your hand, a pillow, or rolled up blanket behind him.

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