Any parent of a toddler knows the God awful struggle to get them dressed every morning! We made our daughter this dressing area right by the front door. It's been a few months and it's working great! Now there's only an occasional struggle (sorry mamas, there's no cure).
If you've had children before, you know how that perfect bassinet becomes a cat bed, the endless toys get tripped over more than played with, and the high-dollar convertible high chair only gets used for a month. So here's some of the things I found useful for the 4th trimester, either to get yourself or to give as a gift!
I've been breastfeeding Astrid for just over two and a half years! Here's a few things that I attribute to successful breastfeeding.
I feel pretty lucky to not have many regrets as a mother. However I have learned some lessons along the way! Here's five things I'd do differently if I were just starting to breastfeed. 1) Laid-back breastfeeding I was exposed to laid-back breastfeeding while pregnant, but despite my best efforts I just couldn't figure out how to do it. This is one of those techniques that works best if it's done from the start! You rest comfortably, about halfway between laying down and sitting up, and place the newborn on your belly, skin to skin. Then you patiently wait for baby to latch itself. It might take up to an hour, but baby will eventually start to "crawl" up your chest...