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Bringing Your Baby Home

  • 2022/04/27
  • 11:41 AM
  • Newyork

Baby’s First Time Home

Bringing your baby home for the first time is a fantastic feeling. However, it’s normal to feel nervous and you may be wondering where to start. We’ve got you covered with advice about which car seat to buy, breastfeeding, facts every new parent should know, and taking care of your mental health.

Things to Know

  • You must have a car seat safely installed in your vehicle before leaving the hospital 
  • Baby blues” takes place shortly after giving birth, so monitor accordingly to avoid severe postpartum depression (PPD)
  • Newborns often eat in small amounts and usually every 2-3 hours, whether by bottle or by nursing
  • Babies need to be burped after eating and sometimes have hiccups and spit-up, which is entirely normal
  • Your baby’s bowel movements vary based on if they’re breastfed or formula-fed. Breastfed babies tend to poop more
  • Most babies cry, and normally around 2 hours a day. Figuring out what they need will happen over time
  • Monitoring your baby’s breathing is typical. Babies have a habit of periodic breathing, but if it doesn’t appear normal, call a doctor
  • Emergency planning is essential to prepare for any accidents that may occur