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Tips for new parents
It is normal to feel a little fear when we know that we are in the sweet wait, so we bring you the best advice for new parents.
These tips will help you understand and cope a little better with the process of fatherhood and motherhood.
Responsible parents are informed parents
Everything, absolutely everything we must investigate. Why? Well, the truth is that on many occasions people or relatives will come to recommend medicines, customs, diets, or stop counting, so that you give or make your baby.
These things can be tricky if you don't investigate well how good the effect is on your child's life. As fathers and mothers we must investigate without becoming obsessed or frustrated, or very strong restrictions.
Other things that we should always investigate are the development processes of our baby, since the ideal is for them to meet their development stages on a regular basis, without pressuring them or advancing the stages.
There is time for everything
This advice is difficult to understand, but it is one of the most practical, nothing to say about the difficult days that come when they are very young. A baby demands time and attention, but don't be scared, there is time for everything.
You can organize your day in the right way thinking about everything your baby needs and of course in the time they need as parents for their personal things (work, care, outings, among others).
Good time planning can help you do a thousand things if you wish. You can even include your rest times in the day and night and get the baby used to these times.
Limit the visits
New parents are always exposed to receiving an extraordinary number of visitors, this is because family and friends want to meet the child.
However, sometimes the visits do not measure the burden they can generate for new parents, for them you must establish schedules and define the monitoring periods.
Do not feel afraid or ashamed to expose your visiting hours, remember that the parents are the ones who spend the nights caring for the newborn baby and the greatest exhaustion falls precisely during these hours. So parents need time in the day to rest.
Don't neglect your diet
As parents you are so busy that sometimes feeding times are neglected, this should not be possible. Adapting to the new rhythm of work brings exhaustion and it is necessary to be well fed to take good care of the baby.
For the most part we recommend natural juices, healthy and healthy foods, fruit snacks, soups and more. It is also necessary that they take the utmost care with the feeding of the baby.
Newborns should only be fed with the exclusive use of breastfeeding, in case for some reason this cannot be done, formula should be used.
The stomach is not suitable for processed foods, or sweets, or anything that can be invented, you could general colic or stronger intestinal discomfort.
Tips for New Parents Parenting!
Do not be afraid to carry them: Some parents are afraid to carry their baby during the first days of birth, this is really the perfect time to do it, since they will smell your smell and will be able to connect more with you.
Learn to change the diaper: A father should always be attentive to collaborate with the mother, sometimes it is good to change the diaper and gradually learn. If the mother gets sick or for some reason you can't, then you'll know how to do it.
Know your medicines: We recommend that you inform the mothers about the medicines that the baby takes and the corresponding dose. If the mother goes out and the baby has a break or another ailment, then the father will know what to do without any problem.
Always talk to your baby: Strengthen the bond of paternity by always talking to him. Generate that interaction that you and your baby need, sing songs, or tell him a story and you will see how day by day the relationship between you grows.
Being new parents is one of the most beautiful stages in life, no matter how difficult it may be, they are moments that are never forgotten. Take advantage of each space of time and learn to know and understand them more. Be patient and answer his calls, the baby needs you completely.