Tongue—tie Release. A simple and quick procedure that can make a significant difference in breastfeeding success. The research supporting tongue-tie release is compelling. Jiggling and Pulling. A good alternative to the bottle. The baby is jiggling and unsettled at the breast because the flow of milk is slow.
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The pause in the chin as the baby opens his mouth to the maximum, just before closing his mouth, indicates his mouth is filling up with milk; the longer the pause, the more milk the baby is taking in. Thus, it is obvious that the advice to feed the baby 20 minutes 10 minutes, 30 minutes, whatever on each makes no sense. A baby who drinks as this baby drinks for 20 minutes on the first side could easily refuse to take the second side since he would be full. Even a shorter period of time drinking as he does could easily fill him up.