Moms might want to consider how much time they’re spending engaged with their phone screens instead of their babies while breastfeeding, according to this article. No one is saying that breastfeeding moms or formula-feeding parents need to pay attention to baby every second during every feeding, but prolonged distraction can mean missing baby’s cues and opportunities for communication that play an important part in forming a relationship with baby.
Too Much “Brexting” Could Interfere with Mother-Baby Relationship
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