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It is the pride and joy for every family to have a young one, for long babies has been termed as blessings to the family and the community generally. Being young humans and living things, young ones have nutritional demands in their bodies like every other normal living creature, therefore they do often need food in order to satisfy their nutritional demands, grow and lead a healthy life. Being new in life, young ones do not have the capability to feed themselves or to verbally communicate when they are hungry. This leaves a responsibility to the adults to be able to identify the various indicators which do show and communicate that the young baby is in need of being fed. Babies use different signs to communicate their hunger, and most of them are common to all young ones. in their first weeks of life babies feed once in every three hours and spend most of their time asleep, and as they grow feeding may be done 8 to 14 times in every 24 hours.

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priyanka desai Posted: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 3:18:14 PM(UTC)

You need to train your baby to have mother's milk.

There is no food which can match the nutritional value of mother's milk for new born baby till the age of 6 months.

Try to find out the reason why your baby is not taking breast milk.

You can find the Reasons for breastfeeding failure from:


You can find the tips to solving breastfeeding problems from:

SUNIL KUMAR SHARMA Posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 2:59:02 AM(UTC)
my new born baby do not latching breast feed , only taking cou milk,we do not have goat milk option