Lifestyle whilst breastfeeding (early motherhood)

Lifestyle whilst breastfeeding (early motherhood)

Lifestyle whilst breastfeeding (early motherhood)

Finally in your sights is the miracle and beauty of your baby girl or boy. Mothering your infant will be both blissful with countless memorable milestones and exhausting from much deprived Finally in your sights is the miracle and beauty of your baby girl or boy. Mothering your infant will be both blissful with countless memorable milestones and exhausting from much deprived sleep. Your boundless love and devotion for your little human being might be pushing your priorities in life and lifestyle choices behind your child’s needs to be the best mother you can be. It may be weeks or months before you do something for yourself and you shouldn’t feel guilty when you finally get your hair or gym membership done. Looking after yourself and your relationship with your partner will also better your role as a mother. Some other common concerns or decisions new mothers face when caring for their newborns are discussed below to provide you with some guidance during these early years.

Recovery after giving birth

The time after your baby’s birth is a period of physical and emotional readjustment. Your body will gradually return to a semi-normal state. At the same time, you and your family will be taking on new roles to cope with the inclusion and demands of your new baby. The length of time it takes to adjust is different for each family and each family member. Factors such as your baby’s personality, your parenting experience, and the amount of help and support you have will all play a part in your readjustment period. It helps to know what to expect, and plan ahead as much as you can.

The crying game

The Baby: What is this place? I was warm and comfy at home, why did we leave? Mum is with me, but I don’t have her full attention. What could be more interesting than me! The Mother: I only have an hour to rush through this shopping list! Charlie just had a nap so he […]