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  1. Navigating Life With a Newborn as a Single Working Mother

    Navigating Life With a Newborn as a Single Working Mother

    Becoming a mother is the most exciting, fulfilling, and incredible thing you’ll ever experience. It’s a full-time job, and it can be overwhelming at times, but it’s beyond worth it. However, if you’re a single mother with another full-time job, or even a part-time gig, navigating life with a newborn can be tricky.

     

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  2. 9 Essentials To Keep Handy Postpartum

    9 Essentials To Keep Handy Postpartum

    After you have a baby, you need as much time as possible to rest and recover. Sometimes, that can seem like an impossible task. After all, you have a baby to take care of, and maybe other little ones as well. That's why keeping a few things within your reach is vital. Here are nine essentials you will want to have handy.

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  3. 5 Tips for More Energy When Adjusting to Having a Newborn

    5 Tips for More Energy When Adjusting to Having a Newborn

    When you bring home your newborn baby, you’ll be surrounded by a sea of swirling emotions and wondrous new experiences. While there are any number of new experiences and emotions that will be a part of this next chapter of life, one of the less than thrilling new experiences that you’ll encounter is sleep deprivation. Managing the needs of a baby and the demands of parenthood can be a difficult balance and many families find themselves struggling to stay energized. If you want to boost your energy and feel more energized with your newborn, here are five essential tips that every parent needs to know.

     

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  4. How Room-Sharing Affects Your Baby's Sleep | Woombie

    How Room-Sharing Affects Your Baby's Sleep | Woombie

    As a parent, you are probably used to doing what's best for your baby. After all, not only do you want it to be healthy and grow up happy and strong, but you also want to be able to enjoy those precious first few months of parenting with minimal stress and anxiety. One common question that many parents face is whether or not they should have their baby in the same room as them. Some experts say it's necessary for safety reasons. Others say it can even help with your baby’s sleep if they're close by rather than sleeping alone in another part of the house. So, what's right for your family? Let’s see some benefits of sharing a room with your newborn.

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  5. The AAP Just Released New Safe Sleep Guidelines: Here’s What you Need to Know

    The AAP Just Released New Safe Sleep Guidelines: Here’s What you Need to Know

    The recommendations for your baby to get their safest sleep have been recently updated.. . From the Safe Cribs Act to the banning of inclined sleep products, it is important for parents to stay up-to-date on the latest recommendations when it comes to safe sleep. Like the ones just released by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Sleeping in a crib or bassinet only with nothing in the crib and without an incline is one of the newest guidelines. And perhaps one of the biggest changes they just released is their stance on weighted sleep sacks–and it’s a no.

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  6. Tips You Need for Postpartum Recovery

    Tips You Need for Postpartum Recovery

    Having a baby can be an exciting time in life. However, the postpartum recovery period can be a difficult one and can take a toll on your mood and overall health. While it might not always be an easy time in life to navigate, the good news is that there are ways that you can help make it a little easier, so that you can spend more time focusing on loving your new little one instead of not feeling like yourself. 

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  7. Coming Home- How to Have Your Home Ready for When Your Baby Arrives | Woombie

    Coming Home- How to Have Your Home Ready for When Your Baby Arrives | Woombie

    As a new parent, bringing home your baby is a very exciting moment! Not only are you finally able to get back to your own bed and be in the comfort of your home, but you’re also starting a new normal with your little one. There will probably be some sleepless nights, a lot of diaper changes and many milestone moments, which is what makes being a parent so rewarding. Although you may feel overwhelmed when it comes to planning for your baby’s arrival, there are various ways to stay organized and prepare efficiently for when the day finally comes.

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  8. 7 Tips For Setting Up Your Baby's Nursery

    7 Tips For Setting Up Your Baby's Nursery

    The room that your baby comes home to for the first time should be a calm oasis from the busy world. Your baby’s nursery can be equipped to facilitate uninterrupted naps and playtime as they grow. Take the guesswork about your next design choice out of the picture and organize a to-list to make your nest ready soon. Consider these helpful and important ideas for putting together a cozy environment for your child.  

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  9. What To Do When Kids Won't Sleep

    What To Do When Kids Won't Sleep

    When your kids have trouble sleeping, it not only can disrupt your own sleep as a parent but also lead to moodiness, clumsiness, and other issues caused by poor sleep. Here are some basic steps to take that should help your child to sleep more soundly.

    Examine Your Routine

    Bedtime routines are one of the most integral factors in successful sleep for children. You don't have to know how to fold a fitted sheet to know how to have a good bedtime routine. Bedtime routines can be very simple. An effective routine may be as simple as brushing teeth, using the toilet, putting on clean pajamas, and getting tucked into bed. You can always add things such as reading a story, rubbing your child's feet or back, or having a small cup of water. Just make sure to keep activities slow and mellow in order to promote a relaxed brainwave

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  10. How to Comfort Your Child During Stressful Situations

    There’s no question that the world can be a scary, overwhelming place – even for adults! Imagine how much bigger and scarier it can be for children. Whether your child doesn’t fully understand a situation or they seem to have specific phobias, there are plenty of scenarios that can cause them stress.

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