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Your hospital bag is packed; your nursery is all set up. Everything that you have control over may be ready, but what do you do when you bring your baby home?Newborns are truly interesting creatures. They are cute, fragile and unpredictable. With crying being the only way they have to communicate, the first few days and even weeks can be very stressful.
mommying was not easy but I learned really quickly hehe . It is incredibly instinctive but I got lots of tips and advice in my prenatal care sessions so I felt quick comfortable. My mother did however tell me to give them water from time to time..which now I learn is not necessary ... I guess it makes total sense as mammals life off milk when young. I also learned that babies like natural body smell most... so no scented stuff . Thanks a lot for the article
I also found out that babies have quite a few more bones than us.... http://workitmom.com/blogs/member_blog_post/192613/2