For a mother breastfeeding is a learned behavior. But for her baby, breastfeeding is instinctive. Babies instinctively search for the breast by throwing the head back and thrusting the chin and mouth forward.
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For a mother breastfeeding is a learned behavior. But for her baby, breastfeeding is instinctive. Babies instinctively search for the breast by throwing the head back and thrusting the chin and mouth forward. They need to be brought to the breast in this position, where the mouth opens wide, the tongue drops forward, and baby is ready to take a good mouthful of breast.
Follow Me Mum is designed to help mothers:
-understand how breastfeeding works
-learn how to work with their baby's instinctive behavior
-enjoy their breastfeeding experience
This video is the culmination of 31 years of fascination, study, and experience in the art of empowering women to attach their baby comfortably and effectively without assistance. This video was written, narrated, and produced by Rebecca Glover.
During Midwifery training in 1970, Rebecca was taught a particular technique for attaching babies that consistently produced a comfortable breastfeeding relationship. Fifteen years later, the ultrasound studies by M.W. Woodridge (Midwifery, 1986, 2, 16-176) described exactly why this technique was so effective.
This exciting new information prompted Rebecca to become a Certified Lactation Consultant in 1989 and to begin production of her range of educational aids.
Rebecca runs a busy private practice in Perth, Western Australia, consulting with mothers with breastfeeding difficulties (mostly attachment), teaching antenatal classes, conducting workshops and speaking to health professionals.
Includes English, Spanish, and French versions.
Produced by: Rebecca Glover, RN RM IBCLC
20 minute DVD
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