Showing posts from February, 2023


Congratulations on the upcoming arrival of your newborn! Bringing home a new baby can be both exciting and overwhelming, so it’s important to make sure that you’re as prepared as possible for the big day. Here are 10 tips for getting ready for bringing home a newborn: Stock up on supplies: Make sure that you have all the basics, like diapers, wipes, and formula (if needed). You’ll also need clothing, blankets, bottles, and a car seat for taking your baby home from the hospital.  Prepare your home: Build a few "nests", consider baby-proofing your house, switch to using "green" products, make a list of household chores to help visitors be most useful, and store easy-to-cook meals for the first few weeks (meal trains are great too!)! Build your knowledge and skills: Read books, attend classes, and talk to other parents. Knowing what to expect can help you become more confident in your abilities as a parent.  Build a supportive network: Having a group of people who you


The importance of establishing a routine for a newborn cannot be overstated. Routines help babies learn to understand expectations, become familiar with their environment, and provide a sense of security and comfort. By providing a consistent routine, parents can help their baby learn more quickly and foster an environment of support and love. A routine helps a baby learn to understand expectations, as they become accustomed to certain activities occurring within a specific timeframe. A baby is likely to pick up on the consistency of the routine and will be more likely to show signs of anticipation when they know what is coming. This understanding of expectations will help them to grow and develop, as they will understand when it is time to eat, sleep, and play. Familiarity is also important for a newborn, as routines can provide a sense of comfort and stability. If a baby knows what to expect in their environment, they can become more comfortable and secure. This can help reduce stres