How to juggle self-care and parenting during lock-down?
When you’re forced to isolate yourself from anyone outside of your household, you lose that support system. Sure, you can ask questions over Skype − that’s something mental health experts recommend all new parents find the time to do.
But messaging apps are useless when what you really need is someone to hold your baby so that you can shower.
So what can you do to keep mentally well?
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Let's face it, its going to be a little while until your brain is going to be full of anything other than worry for your baby, so we thought, if only pubs did pub quizzes on new born babies, we'd all stand a pretty good chance of winning!
In case the day ever comes, when we can use of immense new found knowledge of new born babies, here are a few fun facts to add to your memory repertoire:
Everyone will offer advice, but it’s up to you whether to take it or leave it.
Smile, listen patiently, and thank your friends for their advice. Then do what your own gut tells you is the right thing.
You have to do what works for your family. No two babies are the same and you can’t find all the answers written down. A mother’s intuition is a powerful thing.
Believe in yourself, you are doing an amazing job. Take it steady and remember each and everyone of us are winging it.