World Health Organization (WHO) Recommendation
WHO strongly recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. At six months, other foods should complement. Breastfeeding is recommended for up to two years. In addition, breastfeeding should begin within an hour of birth and it should be “on demand,” as often as the child wants, day and night. Bottles or pacifiers should be avoided as much as possible at this stage as breast milk is the only food designed for your baby. Breastmilk contains everything your baby needs for around the first six months of life & helps build a strong bond between mother and baby, both physically and emotionally.
Bringing your new baby home is a special event. And over the next 6 months, you’ll have many more milestones in your baby’s development to treasure. From that first smile to that first spoonful, this article tells you what you can expect and what to look forward to.
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