Every baby is different. What may work for one baby may not work for another baby. Don’t stress. You will slowly find your way with your baby. Things will work out. Enjoy the moment. They grow up so fast. What we see on social media is not always accurate. 👏🏼
Don't worry about buying everything at once when babies first born is really only a few things that you need the rest can be done later. Measure your nipples! Flange size can impact your milk supply!
Go with the flow. Use baby app to note times of feeds ect as helps work out roughly when they want fedding/napping ect x
I thought of another one There is mothering mentors out there and depending on where you live you can just text them a question and get help fast I’m with nurturePA now and I’ve learned so much from working there it’s amazing how much they offer to mom’s you are not alone remember that ￼￼
The more you breastfeed the more supply!
Another baby?! YAY😀 I love that couple!! They’re SOO cute together!! I’m hoping for a little girl for them. I wish them and their babies all the happiness ❤️GOD many blessings!!
Drown out the noise & trust your instincts. Only you know what’s best for you & your baby.
That being a good parent takes hands on practice and that everything will be ok because as your baby is learning you you are learning them
You'll have to have lots of patience with kids even when they watch princess and the frog and baby shark on repeat lol
They have the right to have bad days, too. Be patient and kind.
You’ll lose sleep 😴 waking up to feed every 4 hours
A good baby carrier is worth the high price tag. Something with strong back support is a MUST.
I got the lillebaby and found it too fussy to use. Any suggestions?
Sarah- I think once you get it fitted to you, you’ll find that you just clip it on and the baby in and you’re good to go!
Let your baby guide you. Don’t take advice from anyone because feeling it out is ok.
Indeed! Great advice!!
Gas drops with every nursing session or bottle! My poor little guy had awful tummy problems until he was 3 months old and this really helped!
I wish I knew that my son would not have enough milk after two months. The transition from nursing to formula was awful
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Hi megan my name is Jennifer Callow and my partner Ryan Lee and we have a handsome little boy who is a moth old and we named him Jenson dean Lee
Know better, do better. Research everything.
I really wish I had researched more on breast feeding and what to expect. I went in blind and ended up giving up a lot earlier than I wanted to and exclusively pumped instead.
Jessica, you mean the more we pump the better it goes? I’m kinda not a lot of milk. 🤔
Well done for pumping 💕
Sleep deprivation is worse than you could ever imagine 😭
The pain after having baby can be worse than labor itself. Get yourself a helper for the first couple weeks so your not straining yourself.
Breastfeeding is way different than anything i read or was told at the hospital! I didnt know it was ok and normal for my baby to nurse constantly and also that if i didnt pump a lot that didn't mean my baby wasn't getting enough. I ended up giving her formula and eventually after 4 months she didn't want to nurse anymore. So yeah, much much more breastfeeding guidance.
Enjoy every second time flies xxxx
Take your time and don’t rush thing. Find support and don’t let people get you down.
SECURE THT BAG OKKKUUURRR!LOL no im jk sort of , take every little moment in and dnt listen to what everyone else says do what u think is best!
Keep your husband close, you need him more than your realize, don't let people tell you how to parent, but most of all don't blink. It all happens so fast. The days/nights are long the years are oh so short
That you are always learning as you go. You never know all the answers and that's okay.
Umm Help for what . She’s royalty 😐 the nanny got her boo .
Hahahahahaha!!!! Now THIS I love!!! And I love watching the Royals, but like Her Majesty would ever allow anything to happen ? Meghan probably has a night nurse so she can rest at night too. I would have KILLED for that!!
Research breastfeeding.. it can actually be a lot harder and more stressful than you think!!
Definitely was for me too!!
Follow your mother instincts.
I would tell them to always keep as they are, stay as private as they are allowed and keep those precious smiles within their eyes to each other bright. He is so sweet and protective over her and now Archie. It’s so sweet. I think they will be amazing! And ignore the idiots and twat waffles out there! God they’re adorable! I really really hope the speculation that the baby is 2 weeks old is true, as well. I think it would be absolutely wonderful if they hid the birth and kept it all under lock and key. They deserve that.
No body knows what they're doing ever and never have from the beginning of time so just do what YOU need to for your family day by day. Oh and let yourself quickly come back from a mistake. You'll say "well that didn't work, let's try a different way." more often than anything.
Don’t be so hard on yourself or your spouse
You need your Husband more during the first few months than you think...
This^^^^ very true!!
Tell the hubby exactly how you are feeling! What can he do to help out more? What do you need as a new mommy and when you need a break.
Every baby is different, you need to take time to learn your little one and not try and do everything you read or what others told you to do. Oh and newborns can be overstimulated so try taking the crying baby into a quiet dark room.
Ask for help but take it when needed, and don’t read into everything people are telling you to do (advice wise) new moms have a maternal instinct and you always go with your gut!
Let's all take a minute to admire her for showing that women still have a bump after delivering. 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 I love it!!
Oh my goodness and she was in so much pain! You could see she was terribly uncomfortable and was trying so hard to smile through it. God love her! I admire her so much. Both of them! He is a true King not a Prince.
Be very patient. As a new mom you don’t quit understand what’s wrong with your baby when they are supper fussy or if you think they are sleeping too long or not eating enough😫. Keep your head high and know that you can do it. The fear is all in your head🤷♀️. And just LOVE your little peanut🥰🥰❤️❤️❤️❤️🥰
Don't be afraid to ask for help/support. I'm sure she'll have lots of it, tho.