There is so much to think about (and do!) when it comes to bringing a baby home for the first time. When you’re recovering from birth, caring for your baby and living off little sleep, you’ll be happy you prepared.
So you’ve taken that brave step into motherhood. Whether it’s the first time or the third time, our jobs as mothers are like no other. So what do you do with a newborn?! Well, so much and not so much – all at the same time.
NewYork-Presbyterian celebrated the opening of the NewYork Presbyterian Alexandra Cohen Hospital for Women and Newborns today, which officially opened on Aug. 2. The facility is dedicated to providing exceptional, individualized care to pregnant women and their newborns before, during, and after childbirth. This includes advanced care for high-risk pregnancies and newborns who need extra support.
A Mommybites reader asked: When can I hear my baby’s heartbeat? From the moment we find out we are expecting, no sound is more moving, more touching than hearing our little one’s heartbeat for the very first time! For many expectant moms, it is an anxious time between conceiving and the first heartbeat – it’s […]
It’s really overwhelming when you bring a newborn home and thinking about keeping your home clean and orderly can be even more overwhelming. There are several suggestions for doing chores with a new infant.
Twins – wow! Multiple little ones at the same time can be daunting – here are some awesome tips to make it through your first year with twins!
Your little one will only be that teeny for a short time. Enjoy your baby. Here are some great things to do with a newborn during their first year.
As a new mom up to your ears in diapers, feedings, schedules, and generally just trying to figure it all out, you may long to do something “normal” again. Like go out to a restaurant. On the other hand, you’re probably worried about your little one. Germs. Changing station availability. Crying (maybe yours?).