Learn how to help guys understand the physical and emotional side of an area they know very little about: Breast Feeding.
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Dakota Mithcell: I’m Dakota Mithcell one of the does the dance on being dad the DVD. Sam Holt: And I am Sam one of the many dads from around the world on being dad too. Dakota Mitchell: And on today’s installment from the being dad blogs here, we are talking about breast and breastfeeding. Breast because I get that Sam Holt: I get breast Dakota Mitchell: I get breast feeding because I have don’t have -- Sam Holt: well, you know I think these guys who film -- more around the world and we just don’t understand I guess the most of them out of breast feeding. Dakota Mitchell: so how can guys get a better sense of what’s involved in terms of physical and the emotional part of breast feeding? Sam Holt: you know I think its get one is probably to make sure that they understand the benefits of breast feeding. Because its it can be a very difficult things to know I mean breast feeding isn’t easy for everyone, so you know they might be times where you are upset, et cetera, et cetera, so its important for us for you to explain in the benefits and then they are all lots. Dakota Mitchell: What are some of the benefits? Sam Holt: Well, I mean you know the world health organization for example done all the researches and say you know you should breast feed for certain amount of time, if you can, and I mean just the nutrients in there and I think formula has 50 ingredients in natural breast milk has 350 and its got. Dakota Mitchell: wow Sam Holt: and it’s got all the anti bodies, and breast milk changes every couple of days, changes Dakota Mitchell: Depending on what the woman eats. Well ,yeah I mean just naturally changing on now I have read some of the dilute breast milk actually changes in flavor to help the babies pallet develop so that you know in experiences is different five as an -- Dakota Mitchell: Wow Sam Holt: You know its pretty cool in, Dakota Mitchell: Yeah, definitely now is our way that we can get more involved in their breast feeding because I know that’s a really parental experience between the woman and the baby. Sam Holt: I do the your did you ever watch her express and you feed the baby, Dakota Mitchell: Yeah, that was the way we did it, and that was from me where really easy way for me to bond and that actually gave for her little bit of breaks so it really help that. Alright. Sam Holt: yeah, I mean to me I think sitting there on the couch just you in your baby with the bottle feeding and looking in towards us, I think probably gives you and understanding of that connection that the woman must get it, for if the best to know, but I think when the poor things as worldly is this you know its really easy to feel on the -- when you passes the breast feeding all the time. Over the time, you feed feel like you can have an import. Dakota Mitchell: Well yeah, we talk about having her expressing feeding but I know one of the otherwise is just you know being sportive and making they also talk about that. That’s the one way that we could being more involved in whole process. Don’t do one fate is dying and when your breast feeding you know to get him to help you out, just by getting your cup of to tea capital you some thing to wait or Dakota Mitchell: You know just a pillow Sam Holt: exactly making more comfortable see you really see just sitting next you all the breast feeding, making him feel a part of the whole experience because it is such and take a part of, of that bonding process. Dakota Mitchell: Now I know we talked a little bit about if the whole process actually isn’t overall successful and the woman want to be the not being over the breast feed, or having two children at time that’s its does breast feed, how important is that is to woman how can she make us understand that? Sam Holt: well, that are I think she became, but what we have done is little pdf together which is just don’t breast feeding for guys and covers of some other typical concerns that you know we now dad have from, from the being dad
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