My family tries to tell me this too and my husband who is older leans this way specifically when I baby wear but I just “agree” with them and wear her as much as I want or she needs and they don’t say anything like they think since I agree with them I’m not doing it much even though it’s most of the day 🤣🤷🏼♀️
You can never love a child too much, or show them too much love. They're newborns and need reassurance. Besides, they're only this small once. I'm soaking in ALL the love I can!!
Before 4 months baby barely recognize themselves as an individual , the 4th trimester is the hardest because baby needs you as much as they needed you in the womb, can’t spoil a baby that doesn’t know what’s going on! They just need their moms and dads because it’s the only comfort they know!
You can't spoil a baby by loving them and protecting them too much, but if that was spoiling, then I would keep spoiling my babies with all my heart and all of me 🥰🥰🥰
Babies don't learn to self sooth until at least 6 months old after that you should let them learn to self sooth within reason so that they can learn healthy coping techniques and not rely on others to calm. That being said until they are 6 months old letting them "cry it out" is just torture in my opinion. They are upset and nothing they do can fix it, they are trying to communicate. Pick them up and let them know they are safe and cared for