The lack of the maternal aleitamento in children interned in neonatal UTI if becomes potentially harmful, has seen studies of Nascimento and Issler (2004), demonstrating that when the mother does not suckle just been born the premature one during its internment, this leaves to receive, of the production materna, antibodies against nosocomiais microorganisms of the neonatal unit deriving, what it is important for the just-been born one in the prevention of infection during the hospital permanence. Studies of Hiss and Hiss (2008) had demonstrated that an important factor weans for it is the reduction of the lctea production of the mothers with elapsing of the period of internment of the baby, due to absence of the suction of just been born to the maternal seio. However, ahead of all the difficulties, still thus the incentive to the maternal aleitamento is necessary. Being thus, Serra and Scochi (2004) had affirmed that to stimulate the maternal aleitamento, it becomes necessary to contemplate aspects related to the premature and to the mother, having itself to initiate it precociously for it saw gastric, to give to attention and special support for the maintenance of the lactation materna and to initiate the contact skin-the-skin between mother and son and the direct suction in the maternal seio, more early possible. Still to stimulate the maternal aleitamento in the neonatal UTI, it was created in Colombia in 1979, the method Kangaroo (Ruiz and Charpak, 2007). This method consists of loading just been born against the thorax, facilitating the establishment of the bond mother-son, bringing positive repercussions to the development of just born and promoting the aleitamento maternal (Health department, 2009). The position of the method mother kangaroo was described for Ruiz and Charpak (2007) of the following form: the child is placed in the vertical line on the thorax of the mother, between the seios and in the position prona, with the direct contact enters the skins of the mother and son.