baby bonding top
Tommy’s shared with us the reasons why skin-to-skin is so important
Skin to skin is when you position your baby so their skin is in direct contact with your own. It can be great for you and your baby and can happen straight after birth, including if you’ve had a c-section. You can do skin to skin for as long as you like, and some women find it helpful for their baby’s first feed. If you’re not feeling up to it or don’t want to, your birth partner can also do skin to skin with the baby.
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aden + anais
An exceptional collection of luxurious baby products and gifts, these distinctly designed pieces feature sophisticated hand-drawn prints in an array of fabrics, for an ultimate sense of style. As a trusted leader in baby products, we are known for our generously sized swaddles, delivering optimal versatility. Our signature muslin weave is carefully crafted with the finest yarn for durability and supreme quality. Staying true to our promise of stylish, versatile comfort, this collection is uniquely designed to complement your lifestyle.
baby bonding top
Our baby bonding top allows mum to feel covered and supported while enjoying skin-to-skin contact with her newborn for the closest cuddle. This intimate method of bonding with baby helps ease infants into life outside the womb by helping to promote breastfeeding, regulate their temperature, heart rate and breathing and soothe fussiness, all of which helps to relax both mum and baby.
The baby bonding top’s soft cotton and elastane blend gently hugs baby close to mum’s bare chest while built-in support nestles the newborn’s bottom and a built-in upper fabric provides neck support. Function meets style with its sleek, black design that can easily be incorporated into mum’s. Not to be confused with a baby carrier, this top is not intended for hands-free use.
For every purchase of this aden + anais product, we are pleased to donate 10% in support of the works of Tommy’s, to ensure that every parent has a healthy and safe pregnancy. Registered Charity Number 1060508 and SC039280.