Get ready to thrive, not just survive the first 3 months with your new baby.
Once you’ve got the book ‘I wish my baby came with an instruction manual’ in your hands, you have all you need to become a confident and well prepared super mum.
But thanks to more than 14 years of experience and raising four children you’ll find it’s like having your own professor of motherhood in your corner, to give you invaluable baby raising shortcuts, to help you hit the ground running and set you up for success.
PREPARE FOR ARRIVAL
Perhaps knowing how your friends and family could assist, would be a great help?
Or maybe to save you time, money and many sleepless nights, knowing when and what you should buy from clothes, to the nursery, the car, the crib, and other essential items.
Whatever your lifestyle is like, the advice in this book slots neatly into it!
PREPARE FOR THE HOSPITAL
If you’ve never given birth inside a hospital, don’t overlook this critical time.
You may feel unstoppable at first but without these handy dandy tips you may find you’re in for one rough ride.
Become a master at breastfeeding the very first time.
Know your limits with exercise when you want your body to bounce back.
PREPARE FOR HOME
Letting your baby sleep too much can actually cause problems once you get home.
Who knew you could do a few simple tricks and have your baby sleeping like clockwork.
Forget just winging breastfeeding or tackling motherhood by the seat of your pants. Know exactly what you must do to avoid the pain and discomfort that could land you back in hospital.
Or simply dirty nappies
The valuable insights found inside ‘I wish my baby came with an instruction manual’ will hardwire and boost your sixth sense to make the first 3 months a joy instead of a worry.
Plus whatever your experience, family or home life is like, the done-for-you, zero to 3 months daily sleep routine alone will be a live saver! Trust me!
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