Not an Irish Times subscriber? Ask Roe: I have not spoken to my partner about this friend, and I am afraid of what might happen. To comment you must now be an Irish Times subscriber. There is an undeniable amount of research on the natural benefits of skin-to-skin contact for mum and baby. Once Mum and baby are doing well, the close bond and connection of skin-to-skin contact is something to cherish in those first days of parenthood. The upsides are impressive but the downsides include obsessive behaviour and burnout. Please enter your email address so we can send you a link to reset your password. They often cry less, sleep better and are more content when warm against your skin.
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