The power of hugs—and their impact on both babies and moms—is incredibly powerful, which is why it’s so important to have a Hug Plan.
Watch as Natalie Preddie explains the incredible emotional and physical benefits of skin-to-skin contact for both mothers and babies, how you can keep the hugs and skin-to-skin contact going as your baby grows, and why moms should have a Hug Plan.
This video was created in partnership with Huggies, but the opinions are our own.
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