From the November-December 2011 issue of Family Foundations:
by Robert W. Sears, M.D. and James M. Sears, M.D.
Many new dads feel there are certain things they can’t do quite as well as moms can, and most moms would probably agree. We prefer to say that dads tend to do things a little differently sometimes. But there is one thing that even we have to admit we’re just no good at, and that’s breastfeeding.
When men realize we are no good at something, we often shrug the thing off as unimportant anyway. In this case, nothing could be further from the truth. Not only is breastfeeding important, but your role in supporting the breastfeeding mom is crucial. Here is why.
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Ladies, let’s hear how your husband supports your breastfeeding? Men, tell us how you help your wives!