5 Tips for Bringing Newborn Baby Home (Part 2)
Bringing a baby home from the hospital is daunting. In Part 2 of this series, Mighty Mommy discusses what to expect with your baby's feedings, bowel movements, sleep habits, and, of course, crying.
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It’s been a full week since England excitedly welcomed its future king. On July 22, The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and her husband Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, became the proud parents of a healthy baby boy. Although the royal baby went from hospital to a palace where a highly trained staff awaited his homecoming, surely the royal couple have experienced some anxiety-ridden moments about coming home with their new baby.
Your baby’s homecoming from the hospital (or adoption agency or foster home) is a major event whether you’re royalty or not. In Part 1 of this series, I discussed 5 tips to help make the journey home as stress-free as possible.
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Once you arrive home, new experiences with your baby will begin to take place. It will be daunting, especially for first-time parents. Don't worry, Mighty Mommy is here to discuss what to expect with your baby's feedings, bowel movements, sleep habits, and, of course, crying.
Here are 5 more tips to transition into life with your newborn: