Answer: Hello dear Breast-feeding is the act of naturally feeding an infant with milk produced in the mother’s breast. This has great deal of benefits for the baby not only breast milk is healthier but the action of feeding the child is a moment of love in which the baby learns to bond, smell, and caress with his or her mother as she gives nourishment and affection.
Guide your babys mouth: When the baby is hungry, she is usually screaming, mouth wide open. When the mouth is at its most open point, put your clean forefinger and your thumb at the edges of your areola (thumb at top, forefinger underneath) and put ALL of the brown areola and nipple into the baby's mouth. The baby will struggle a few times to get the hang of where to put his lips, but once you guide his mouth to the right place, he sees where he has to "be" to get the milk to let down.
Another important tip to remember in order for the baby to drink the breast milk is that she must suckle, which is different from sucking.
Suckling the breast looks more like talking or chewing something that's at the back of your throat.
instead of cradling the baby in front of you, tuck the baby's body under your arm on either side--the head will be in front of you, and the mouth at the nipple. The best way to stabilize the baby in this position is by using a big pillow or a one of those horse shoe shaped pillows.