You will learn more than you ever thought possible in those first few weeks: how to change a diaper, how to swaddle, how to read your babies cries, how to feed baby, how to get baby to fall asleep, but you will also question more than you thought possible: Am I a good Mom? Did I do that right? Why isn't this working this time? Your Google history will take quite a turn: How many days should a baby go without pooping? What is my babies poop supposed to look like? (and yes, you'll click the "images" option), Poop, poop, poop, etc.
I am still learning how to be a Mom, and every day there is something new to learn, something new to Google, and something new to make me question if I'm doing an okay job, but I have discovered some things that I found helpful that I wish I'd known of them before hand. Here are three tips that really helped us transition to being parents over the past couple of months.
DEPEND ON YOUR PARTNER WHILE HEALING POSTPARTUM
DON'T BE AFRAID TO SAY "NO" TO VISITORS EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE
REMEMBER TO MAKE TIME FOR YOU
Swaddle c/o Lulujo Baby
All the best,