I found Aunt Qian to be my confinement sister-in-law. It was really wise and lucky.
1. Aunt Qian is a very professional breastfeeding specialist. She will help me to prescribe milk and treat my milk blockage. I am especially grateful to Aunt Qian, because several times I blocked my breasts at 3 or 4 in the morning until I couldn't sleep, and she would get up to help me unblock it. I was really touched. If it wasn't for her, I'd probably have had mastitis several times. It is quite expensive for an American breastfeeding teacher to do it once, so it is really important to find a confinement lady who can breastfeed! Will save you a lot of pain and extra money.
2. Aunt Qian will help you solve a series of problems that the newborn will encounter. Because she has had so many babies, she basically knows what problems a newborn can have and can give you good advice. My baby was a little premature and was born at 5.9lbs (-5%), now (4 months) he is 15lbs (40%) due to the care and feeding of the rich aunt. During the confinement period, my baby experienced jaundice, baby acne, poor breastfeeding caused by tight lip straps, neonatal hernia, etc. Aunt Qian helped us to foresee them one by one, and gave very professional suggestions and methods. Problem solved successfully. It's hard to imagine how broken our family would have been without her by our side.
3. Aunt Qian's cooking is so delicious. I've had too many moms mention this. Without further ado, let’s go to the picture directly, and I attach a few photos of the meals that Aunt Qian made for our family.
Aunt Qian's goodness, I can keep writing, and save 10,000 words here. In short, if you want a professional, reassuring and reassuring confinement lady like me, you are right to ask Aunt Qian.