There’s a lot to think about while anticipating the arrival of a new baby. One aspect new mothers-to-be might not have considered is breastfeeding and the importance of easy access via a comfortable and supportive nursing bra.
The postpartum period is an intense time of transition for you, emotionally and physically, but also for the whole family especially if this is your first baby. This time is often called the fourth trimester and needs to be acknowledged as that. We Postpartum Doulas provide the service, care, and support for all who are part of providing for a newborn with a focus on the emotional, physical, and informational aspects.
If you’re uneasy about leaving the house with your newest little bundle of joy, you’re not alone. Between packing up everything your infant might need, timing your trip around feedings and naps, and feeling anxious about keeping such a delicate little one safe, it can be overwhelming. However, it’s unavoidable. Whether it’s running to the store for more diapers or going to the doctor’s office for well-checks, you’re going to need to drive with the baby.
When you prepare for the arrival of your little one, you have a lot on your mind. There are so many things to get in place for baby – the nursery, diaper bag necessities, diapers and wipes, clothes (all the cute little clothes!), and so much more. But what about you, Mama? Are you prepared for your needs, too? After all, you’re going to go through a lot of changes!
While the most important thing is that your baby is fed and happy, there are undeniable benefits to breastfeeding – for both your baby and you. Learn about World Breastfeeding Week and get some tips for breastfeeding you can use!