This episode discusses what it's like to experience pandemic pregnancy, birth, and babies. What are the extra burdens and surprise blessings?
This event is for pregnant women and mothers parenting children ages zero to two — foster and adoptive moms included.
We're not talking about breastfeeding versus bottle, or when or where your baby sleeps. No, we are talking about what we wish we knew during those newborn days to help us survive -- and maybe even have moments of thriving.
A common misconception leads parents to believe they need to wait until the baby is older to instill good sleep habits, but newborns can be excellent sleepers when you start implementing these healthy sleep habits early.
I know there are a lot of factors at play here, but I truly believe that finding a sleep training method that works for both you AND your baby, creating and implementing a nap and bedtime routine, and sticking to the training method you choose can make all the difference in your baby's sleeping success.
One day I will have a clean floor, but today my sock stuck to dried fruit juice, milk, and a science experiment gone wrong. One day my house will smell of Magnolia candles, but today I smell dirty diapers, poor toilet aim, and Lysol. One day I will finish a load of laundry from washing to hanging up, but today I am pretty sure those clothes have been sitting in the basket (clean) for nine days.
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