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Contrary to popular belief not all of us automatically become parents once baby arrives, so don't worry. Its' natural to feel daunted and somewhat overwhelmed if you've just become parents for the first time and babies unfortunately don't come with parenting instructions. So, read on for parenting advice from Dr Miriam Stoppard.
Once he's born, you'll then meet your newborn and discover a whole new world: your child. You'll no doubt be in for some surprises! A newborn's little body is a truly unique thing, as are his abilities and behaviours, many already in place from the very first breath.
It's both thrilling and daunting to be first-time parents, so take your time and enjoy bonding with your baby as your love grows.
You may find adjusting to the responsibilities of parenthood takes some time, especially if it means dramatic changes to your lifestyle.
Once the initial excitement is over, most parents would confess to having mixed feelings about the prospect of having a baby.
Becoming a mum for the first time can be an overwhelming event. But don't worry, you'll get the hang of it as you go along, so be kind with yourself and give yourself the space to learn.
From 15 to 85% of mothers suffer some form of baby blues. So if you are feeling down after the birth of your child... Read on to understand the dynamics of baby blues.
Baby is born and here you both are, safely at home and getting to know each other. Maybe you are starting to think about your own post-baby health.
Good nutrition and a balanced diet are essential for all new mothers, to help them bounce back from the pregnancy and...
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