In reality, this is another myth. While getting used to breastfeeding in the early stages can very difficult especially for new mum’s, it does get easier with time. As your baby gets older over the first few months things can settle down and become part of your normal routine.
A baby screaming in the middle of the night feels ten times worse as does everything negative in the early hours. Making a bottle can be very hard if you aren’t prepared or organised and this can result in baby only screams louder as you fumble to make a bottle. A breastfeeding mum can simply get to the needs of her child with the food it desires with speed and no preparation required, more importantly the milk is ready to go and just the right temperature. If the baby sleeps close to mother there is very little fuss in getting baby settled, this can be very important when you have number of children in the house as you don’t want to wake them all when you are making bottles in the night. It can be very hard to get to baby in the night with switching lights on and navigating obstacles. If baby isn’t in your room and you have moved them to their own nursery you may need a baby monitor to keep in contact with baby. If you are unsure about the monitor you might want you can’t find good reviews at Best Video Baby Monitor and this may aid you in finding the best monitor possible.
There is nothing better than baby being in the room with you, however this isn’t always practical.