How to pose newborns safely & how to use flow posing to make the most from position

So one of the tests to find out is babies fast asleep. I call it the arms drop. So I pick the arm up, and I let it drop she’s. Given me a tiny bit of resistance but she’s workable, so the arms drop and they don’t yank it back where they’re willing to sleep. So I’m just going to peel the nasty back, I’m going to unhook there on the beanbag. I do have me we capture. This is an old blanket, and then it’s really fluffy. So if I do need to clean anything up, it’s not going to scratch baby and yeah. I keep it on hand, just in case little squeaker, and I talk to the baby as well. When they’re there, I call myself a nasty lady because, let’s face it, who wants to be moved when they’re fast asleep and they can be a bit grumpy always mentioned to the parents as well. But babies sometimes make noise when they’re, when they’re being moved, not that we’re hosting them; it’s just their way of saying, girls. Continue reading “How to pose newborns safely & how to use flow posing to make the most from position”