Written by Marshall and Phyllis Klaus    Ever since the exciting observations of the human infant’s ability to crawl to his or her mother’s breast shortly after birth, latch on, and suckle all on its own, mothers and fathers have been entranced by this amazing feat. To think that for many decades both caregivers and parents believed that in order to breastfeed, a baby would not know what to do to feed and was usually pushed onto the breast.…