Rooming In

A term that is used when parents give total care to their newborn baby while in the hospital. Because parents provide most of the care to their baby, they gain confidence in the daily care and maintenance of the newborn, with professional help available if needed. Rooming-in can make the change from hospital to home much smoother for you and baby.....
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Rooming in

Most maternity units now recommend that babies stay with their mums 24 hours a day. This helps with feeding and bonding. It also reduces the risk of infection.
Found on http://www.readysteadybaby.org.uk/glossary/index.aspx

Rooming in

Most maternity units now recommend that babies stay with their mums 24 hours a day. This helps with feeding and bonding. It also reduces the risk of infection.
Found on http://www.cmft.nhs.uk/saint-marys/our-services/maternity-services/glossary
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