A new study observed the brains of mamas and women without children and concluded that smelling a newborn has a lot of physiological effect, most notable in the brain.
It's theorized that evolution is to blame for our delicious smelling babies, in that they needed a way to make their parents care for them.
Smelling my baby certainly helps with my let down reflex!
What does smelling your baby do for you?
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