The first six weeks after you have a baby can be rough. You are most likely emotional, exhausted, anxious, lonely, stressed, fearful…the list of feelings goes on. There is a lot to learn about your new baby and so much to do. Most of the six weeks will be spent nursing/feeding, changing diapers, cuddling with this small human you love beyond comprehension, and trying to get said human to sleep. During these six weeks, doctors advise parents to limit baby’s exposure to crowds so his immune system has a chance to strengthen. While your first priority is certainly going to be your baby, this is an important time to take care of yourself too. Taking care of yourself is one of the best ways to care for your baby. Here are 10 ways you can reduce postpartum blues in the first six weeks.Continue reading 10 Ways to Reduce Postpartum Blues
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