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Moments of closeness + Freebies & Giveaway

Being able to bond and feel those moments of closeness with your baby is one of the most magical and memorable moments in a parents life; I have been very fortunate to have had that instant connection with all my children and I couldn’t imagine it being any other way. With each of my three babies the activities we’ve bonded over have been different but no less special than the others. My eldest son used to love his bath time – the water, the laughter, the fun and who could forget the suddy beards. The moments before bedtime were used to bond with my 2nd son, watching his eyes softly close as he embraced my comforting snuggles and my daughter who is now 10 months old while she is comparable to koala in the way that they love to cuddle around everything, we have been fortunate enough to be able to bond over feeding. My boys only breastfed for 3 months so I felt we never really had a chance to bond fully over that particular experience whereas Poppet was fully breastfed (plus solids) until approx. 8 months and still has night feeds of breast milk now which I believe has allowed us to experience that closeness that mums often talk about.moments of closeness

While not every parent is able to connect instantly with their babies, it should be known that that bond come often grow from these moments of closeness. You don’t have to breastfeed to bond with your baby. You don’t have to have actually grown your baby to have a special bond. YOU are SPECIAL and you ARE the world to your baby, that in itself is a bond to be cherished.

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  1. Kristy B
    02/05/2014 / 10:19 pm

    One of my favourite ways to bond with my sweet babies is sharing some of the beautiful picture books and stories that were read to me as a child. It’s such a special time that we enjoy together that I love just as much as my babies.

  2. Melissa Johnson
    03/05/2014 / 7:25 am

    I bonded with my babies as I sat quietly in their room on my rocker and fed them. Best time ever.

  3. Stacey Shailer
    03/05/2014 / 9:53 am

    Lots of skin-to-skin snuggling when they are newborns 🙂

  4. Kristy
    04/05/2014 / 5:08 pm

    When I am feeding him, especially at night when everyone else is in bed and it is just him and I.

  5. Stephanie Veljanovska
    04/05/2014 / 9:32 pm

    I have a 2 week old little girl who I love to lay next to during tummy time and have a chat with her seeing those Beautiful big eyes staring up at me makes my heart swell with love.

  6. Amanda Mallory
    04/05/2014 / 10:00 pm

    co sleeping and lots of cuddles 🙂

  7. carmen
    04/05/2014 / 10:09 pm

    the most treasured time is right after the birth and hospital stay having another kids to look after at home, i love that its just me and the baby for a day or 2 and i smother my newborn with kisses and cuddles spending that time bonding.

  8. Kristen Taylor
    04/05/2014 / 10:45 pm

    Breastfeeding and co sleeping every night in hospital my daughter slept in bed with me. She never left me and is probably why she is such a mummy’s girl now!

  9. kylie roberts
    05/05/2014 / 6:32 am

    The way I bonded with my bub without upsetting the older 2,was when it was feed time, we would all sit together, and the big 2 would stroke Bubs head or hold his hand. At night I take bub to his room and we have cuddles and feed on our own. Baby wearing has also been a massive bonding time to

  10. christina
    05/05/2014 / 8:00 am

    As women we are so blessed to be able experience the intimacy with our unborn babies as they grow and develop inside,and then to bond with them,and them with us.Its precious beyond my ability to describe. <3 So glad I was born a woman 🙂

  11. Nakita Gerhardy
    05/05/2014 / 11:47 am

    I bonded with my daughter by giving her heaps of love 🙂 she is the biggest mummy girl going hahaha
    With our 2nd baby, who isn’t yet born. My daughter rubs and kisses my belly.

  12. Amanda S
    09/05/2014 / 7:27 pm

    I’m bonding with my six week old daughter by looking relaxed and happy every time we lock eyes (even if I have to fake it when I am sleep deprived). Oh, and providing no one else is listening I may just sing her the odd song.

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