30 Blogs for First Time Parents

newparents-blogs-for-parentsWhile you knew you’d be bringing home a new baby, you likely didn’t realize just how deep and raw the emotions were that would come with your new bundle of joy. You want to make all the right decisions regarding your new child, which leaves you second-guessing the decisions you’ve already made – especially the ones you made prior to welcoming your infant home. As you ponder what’s right and what’s not during pregnancy and beyond, consider these resourceful blogs to help guide you to your answers.

Your Pregnancy

You’re expecting! Now what? Answers to this question and more about what’s happening with your baby and your body can be found in these five blogs.

1st Trimester
Stages of Pregnancy
One Month Until D-Day!
Guest Post: Traveling While Pregnant
Staying Fit Through All Stages of Pregnancy

Birthing Plans

As the big day approaches, most new parents feel a sense of excitement and anxiety about the whole birthing process. These five blogs will help you create a birthing plan that’s right for you.

What’s in a Birth Plan?
The #1 Thing to Consider When Writing a Detailed Birth Plan
A Sample Hospital Birth Plan
Birth Plan? What Birth Plan?
Breech Babies and Birthing Plans


Breast or bottle? Bottle or breast? Discover what others have to say about the pros and cons of your feeding options to help guide you to the right decision for your family.

Breast feeding versus Bottle feeding! The Big Fight…
Worth It? Wednesday: Benefits of Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding
Formula Feeding vs. Breastfeeding
Bottle vs. Breast: Does how we feed our babies really matter?
Breastfeeding vs. Formula: A Potentially Dangerous Decision

Money Management

Bet you didn’t know diapers would set you back a small fortune, did you? Learn how to save money on the things you will need most for your baby and nursery without breaking the bank with these five blog entries.

First Time Parents Guide to Saving Money
Are We Overspending on Child Safety?
New Parents Can Save Money on Nursery Decor
First Time Parents: Managing Your Money
Newborn Essentials Checklist: Save Money with Just the Baby Basics

All About Dads

When it comes to parenting, dads have questions too. These five blogs address dads’ most frequently asked questions and their most common fears as they empower men to be the best fathers they can be.

COLUMN: Reflections of a First Time Dad
Dadvice: 4 Quick Tips for First Time Dads
Fatherly Advice: Therapist Helps First-Time Dads Experience the Joy of Fatherhood
First Time Dads
How They’ll Remember Daddy

Parenting Advice

People always say that kids don’t come with an owner’s manual, and you’ll quickly learn they were right. While all children are unique, there are a few universal principles that most new parents embrace. Discover what’s popular in parenting advice in these five blogs geared towards new parents.

The New Mom’s Advice on Getting Advice
10 Things All Brand New Parents Should Know (Expert Tips)
Best Advice for First-Time, New Parents
5 Important Tips for New Parents
Parents Talk: Giving Advice To New Parents

Written by Kaitlyn Johnson from Newborncare.com.

Caring for your newborn baby can seem rather intimidating at first, but soon you will settle into a routine and things will calm down. There is a lot of information available to you through many sources, including your doctor, friends and family, books, videos, and of course the internet. Visit www.newborncare.com to take advantage of these resources, but don’t get overwhelmed by the mountain of information.

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