How to create a daily schedule transitioning from the newborn stage to 12 months, including a 3 nap and 2 nap routine, plus a bedtime routine for healthy sleep.
When your precious baby first comes into this world, it seems natural to hold them and rock them, carry them around all the time, especially if they are your first. But then your support people go back to their own lives and you start to want yours back, a little at least.
But our babies need to be on us to form a healthy attachment, don’t they? Isn’t that why they call it the 4th trimester?
What is true healthy attachment and how can I balance my needs with my babies needs?
I’ll never forget the moment our midwife handed me our baby whilst still sitting on our toilet. Yes, I delivered him on our ensuite toilet in our home, which isn’t quite aligned with that kinda romantic ideal of a home birth 🙂 but perfect none the less.
If you’re hoping for a natural birth, maybe even considering a home birth, here are some things you may like to know, contemplate or consider.
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