Congratulations! You are a new mom. Either for the first time or you have other little ones running around. After several months of day dreaming about your sweet baby the day is finally here.
Postpartum is a different experience for every mother. Your natural caretaking abilities kick in and it’s not until you realize you are in slight pain from the birth, exhausted, and haven’t had a real meal in days that you will realize you have other responsibilities. One being yourself.
We believe self-care is one of the most important things you can do as a mother. Taking care of yourself will allow you to be the best mother you could possibly be. We have written out several ways to incorporate self-care into your new life as a mother.
If there is anything you learn quickly as being a new mom it is the privilege of sleep. Not just for you, but for baby. Crossing fingers that baby with sleep through the night, self-soothe, and keep on a good nap routine. To help guide you through the confusion we are discussing the basic Dos and Don’ts of Baby Sleep Tips. In some way we hope these tips will help both mommy and baby have a better night’s sleep.
Around 9 months of age you will notice your baby becoming hungrier between each meal. At this same time your baby will start to be ready for more hands-on foods and will need 1 or 2 healthy snacks each day. Preparing food for your weaning baby can be often time consuming and stressful but we are here to tell you it doesn’t have to be! We are giving 7 of the best healthy snacks for your baby 9 months and up.
What could possibly be worse than sitting next to a crying baby on an airplane? Being the mother of that crying baby! Traveling with your baby and toddler is like going on a long hike: it's all about haul and carry. Being prepared before you leave will ensure a smoother “ride” for you and your children.