He could sense she was somewhere close by,
She could feel he was about to wake up.
As she approached him, his lips began to move
And his legs began to wiggle in anticipation.
Her milk began to let down,
When she took him in her arms, he felt safe.
When she looked into his eyes she felt love.
She was so warm and he could feel her heart beating.
He was so soft and fragile,
She wanted to protect him always.
She rubbed his lips and his mouth opened wide.
As he latched on she gave him a finger to hold onto.
She could hear the swallows as he drank.
She put up her feet and let out a deep breath.
He ate so much he let out a good burp.
She changed him and the both feel off to sleep
By Sandra Davis Hathaway, IBCLC
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