You’ve had pregnancy, labor and delivery, and now you’re ready to go home and start life with your baby. Once you get home, however, you may feel like you don’t know what you’re doing!
These tips can help even nervous new parents feel confident that they will soon be taking care of their newborn. Get help after giving birth
Consider asking for help during this time, which can be overwhelming and overwhelming. When you are in the hospital, talk to the professionals around you. Many hospitals have feeding specialists or obstetricians who can help you start breastfeeding or bottle feeding. Nurses are also a great resource for showing you how to hold, pat, change and care for your baby. For in-home help, you may need a nurse, student doula, or neighborhood caregiver to help you temporarily after the birth. Your doctor or clinic can help you find information about home help and can refer you to a home health center. Relatives and friends often want to help. Even if some things don’t agree, don’t question their experience. But if