People always rave about newborn babies' vision being just the right distance to see Mom's face while breastfeeding and about the joys of the connection when you can look into each others' eyes. Now, I love looking into my little guy's eyes, but it's NOT while bfing! Because it seems to me that to get a good latch & position, he is looking right straight at my breast, not at my face. Instructional pictures also seem to show the baby directed at the nipple, not Mom's face.
Sooo, does this change when they get older? Or do I just look into his eyes at other times and while breastfeeding, focus on his cute little ear and how much good the milk is doing him and how nice it is just to be close to him?
I guess I'm a little tiny bit disappointed cuz I was taken in by the media image of gazing at each other adoringly while I feed him. Somebody please tell me I'm normal!