Your baby’s mind has developed well enough to catch sounds and motions. Your baby's feeding cues will be visible to you. And as a parent, you need to make sure your child is in a quiet place and is able to concentrate and enjoy his food.
Your baby's feeding guide: What you need to know
When feeding, make sure that you are in a quiet and calm environment; just like other kids your little one might also get distracted. Feeding peacefully is important, as milk is the only food your child typically consumes for the first five months after birth. Insufficient feeding will hamper his growth. Your baby's feeding schedule should be strictly followed by you.
Feeding without noise around has a calming effect on your child; this slowly develops into a habit and continues into adulthood. Reclusion could be beneficial to you too; if your little one gets fussy, it will not benefit your mood either. Let your baby's long feeding session be a beautiful and healthy bonding time between you and your little munchkin.