•   
  •   
  •   

Health Yes, moms are licking their newborns right after birth

19:05  10 august  2018
19:05  10 august  2018 Source:   todaysparent.com

Moms Are "Brieing" Combining MDMA And Brie

  Moms Are MbrieMA?

Some moms get the urge to give their newborn babies a few licks when they first hold them after birth , and there's a pretty good reason why. When many folks give birth , they say that their motherly instincts kick in instantly (but this doesn’t always happen, so don’t worry if you’re not one of them).

Some moms get the urge to give their newborn babies a few licks when they first hold them after birth , and there's a pretty good reason why. When many folks give birth , they say that their motherly instincts kick in instantly (but this doesn’t always happen, so don’t worry if you’re not one of them).

Yes, moms are licking their newborns right after birth© Used with permission of / © Rogers Media Inc. 2018. Yes, moms are licking their newborns right after birth

When many folks give birth, they say that their motherly instincts kick in instantly (but this doesn’t always happen, so don’t worry if you’re not one of them). But for some, one ancestral mammalian instinct overpowers many of the others: the urge to lick their newborn.

Yep, this is a thing. A recent post on Facebook outlined the phenomenon, attributing the somewhat strange urge to the fact that humans are mammals and most, if not all, mammals lick their newborns clean post-birth. Now, in today’s society, there may be a bit of an ick factor (probably because babies end up covered in their mother’s bodily fluids during the birthing process). However, according to the post, it’s a common practice in some societies, namely the Tibetan and Inuit cultures.

Tennessee mom who gave birth while in a coma dies 3 years after waking

  Tennessee mom who gave birth while in a coma dies 3 years after waking A Tennessee mother who gave birth while she was in a coma died three years after she regained consciousness, her family said. Sharista Giles died after she was taken to the hospital on Monday, her mother, Anna Moser, told WATE. Her cause of death has not been released.“This saddens my heart to say but we all know she is no longer suffering. Sharista Giles gained her wings this morning. She has suffered for 3 1/2 years now she is rejoicing with Our Heavenly Father,” her family wrote in a Facebook page created to follow 23-year-old's journey.

Some moms get the urge to give their newborn babies a few licks when they first hold them after birth , and there's a pretty good reason why.Yep Expectant moms are very aware that babies don’t follow a regular sleep routine, and that newborns I agree with this mom ; moments after birth are

Wtf is going on with mothers licking their newborns . There's nothing like those first moments after bringing a child into the world. Expectant moms are very aware that babies don’t follow a regular sleep routine, and that newborns I agree with this mom ; moments after birth are celebratory and

Think of it like this: Many moms report loving that new baby smell and will say they “want to eat their baby up.” Well, according to the post, that feeling—and the smothering of kisses that usually results from it—is a remnant of this maternal licking instinct that helped mammalian moms bond with their offspring and keep them safe from predators, among other things. Take a look:


<p class= This Mom Had a Hilarious Response to a Man Who Told Her to ‘Cover Up’ While Breastfeeding in Public .
<p>She did exactly what he asked.</p>This mom heard "cover up" and thought, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. She did what the guy asked and threw a towel over just her head while her baby was still feeding. You’re welcome mister shamer, your request has been completed.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos: