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Tips for New Moms37,020 Views
Burping, Bathing and Bathroom Basics will start in
Learning how to care for a newborn takes a little time and practice. What are the best ways to help your baby to burp after eating? How can you quickly diaper a squirming infant? Learn all the burping, bathing and bathroom basics here.
Description: If you have a new baby there are tips for new moms on how to relax. Check out this video to learn more.
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"Being a mother is incredibly rewarding, but it can also be a bit scary at first. Dr. Mom is a physician and has also raised two children. Here are Dr. Mom’s top three tips for new mothers:
First of all, she should take a deep breath and relax. Babies are not fragile, they get sick, they have rashes, they have earaches, they cry. All of which can be handled usually at home, with no unusual measures.
You need to be aware that a doctor may be needed, but don’t jump to the worst conclusions. Breastfeeding is really good it’s nice for the mom and for the baby, but it’s not absolutely the only way to feed your baby. Even if you breastfeed, it’s very important to get your baby ready to take a bottle. You need the time and the flexibility that having somebody else feed your baby occasionally will allow you.
The most important advice I can give new mothers is: remember you are your baby’s lifeline and you need to take care of yourself. That means taking some downtime, getting some rest, getting proper nutrition, occasionally leaving the baby and entertaining yourself with a movie or a book or friends. You’re still a partner, you’re still a member of the social world, and you still have interests outside the house. Take care of yourself and be good to your baby.