Being a parent is hard work, and since kids don’t come with instruction manuals, I thought I’d compile some of the best resources and tools for first time moms (and dads).
15 Things First Time Moms Need to Know
This article outlines all the most important things you can expect as a new mom, including tidbits of information like ‘Pooping for the first time after you've delivered will be quite terrifying.’ Yes, she even goes THERE.
And check out this amazing article while you’re at it too: http://adrielbooker.com/pregnancy-birth-first-time-mom
Snoo Smart Sleeper
This new crib has taken the baby world by storm. The technology is still fairly new (and on the expensive side) but so far reviews for this revolutionary system are fantastic and parents are actually getting tons more sleep!
La Leche League
This website is all about helping mothers breastfeed ‘through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.’ This organization is going into it’s 60th year and is even holding an online conference April 3-7, 2017.
Wholesome Baby Food
Want to make your own baby food, or have no idea when you should be switching to solids or even how? This site has EVERYTHING you need to know (and a whole lot more). I mean really, they go in depth on the nutritional value of specific vegetables, when to introduce them to your baby and even recommendations on how to prepare and store food. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.
Everything from how to get pregnant, to videos on how to hold a crying baby. This site is a great resource for anything parent, baby and child related. I also recommend www.parents.com.
And the best tidbit of information for first time moms comes from a clip of The Oprah Show, where she discusses the Dunstan Baby Language. It’s all about how to interpret a baby’s crying and fussing noises in order to give them what they need:
Have any other great resources or products that are helpful for first time moms? Write them in the comment section below.