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Breastfeeding: A tale of two mothers

It takes most new mothers about six weeks before they feel they’ve got the hang of breastfeeding.

Christchurch mum Kate Griffith has exclusively breastfeed her three children Tilly-Rose, Oscar and newborn Eddie.
About 50 per cent of babies find it difficult to mix feed, going from a bottle back to the breast.
Keeping a baby skin to skin stimulates their instinctive breastfeeding behaviour and the mother’s milk supply.
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