You weren’t meant to travel the postpartum time alone....
We spend all this time preparing for birth. Once we give birth, we are handed our baby and sent on our merry way. We are essentially left to figure everything out on our own!
There is little wonder that new mothers, many of whom have little or no experience with babies or children, are often physically exhausted and emotionally depleted. They may find themselves easily anxious and confused about ‘doing what is right’.Read more...
Swaddling has become a bit of a controversial topic these days. Some people and professionals are still using and recommending this age-old practice, and some have done a 180 and turned completely against it.
Historically, swaddling has been used all over the world, in various cultures, for thousands of years, with the goal of calming a baby, and reducing night wakings by promoting a deeper sleep.
Sleepless parents, this blog is for you!
You were prepared for life to change with your new baby. But, of all the changes, sleep loss has you the most frustrated, and you’re constantly searching the internet for solutions. Googling things like, “How do I get my baby to sleep at night.”
It seems like some families don’t face the sleep struggle. Either their baby is sleeping like an angel, or they simply need less rest.
But you and your loved ones are struggling in the sleep department. Your newborn is up all night or only sleeps 40 minutes at a time. You are wondering how you can function through one more day with heavy eyelids and a cloudy brain. The good news is that you are in the right place!
Keep reading for some helpful tips....