Things they don’t tell you about having a baby

  • There are a lot of things they do not tell you about having a baby. No one can be fully prepared for motherhood, you quickly adapt and take charge. You can prepare by reading wide and asking mothers about their experiences to guide you. You are told go the constant feeding, burping and sore breast, diaper changes and annoying cries from your baby. Here are some things they usually forget to mention;

There is no day and night
Do not expect your baby to follow the earth’s normal rotation. They will cry and wake you up when they are up. They determine your sleep pattern. You become their butler; they cry, you respond. They make you understand the true meaning of power naps. You take naps anywhere, you need all the energy you can get.

Get help if you need it. Your baby needs you strong and healthy.





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