Background: Research on infant massage on breast milk production and Bounding Attachment was carried out because there were still many primipara postpartum mothers whose breast milk was not fluent, therefore the researcher took a study on infant massage on breast milk production and bounding attachment in the work area of Mojogedang II health center. Massage is a tactile stimulation that has biochemical and physiological effects in the body. Stimulation of massage provided by infant mothers can improve the bonding and interaction of mother and baby, increase infant weight, and stimulate milk production.Purpose : To prove whether baby massage can increase milk production and Bounding Attachment in primipara postpartum mothers.Method : This research type is Quasi Experiment with Purposive sampling. Test analysis used is . General Linier Model Repeted Measure AnovaResults: The average increase in ASI infant massage intervention was 24,34 ml while the control group was 2,67 ml. The average increase in infant massage infant weight gain was 0,13 grams while in the control group was 0,06 grams. The average increase in bounding attachment for the infant massage intervention group was 5,13 while in the control group was 0. The p value is > 0,05.Conclusion: From the results of the study stated that there was a difference in the average increase in milk production, infant weight and bounding attachment between treatment and control groups, namely in the treatment greater than the control group, but on the results of statistical tests the value of p > 0.05 means the hypothesis was not accepted.