From the moment you think about having a family, rest assured you've come to the right place! All the important things to consider before you get pregnant, and everything for pregnancy and childbirth (to make it easier, of course). Plus, all the things for postpartum care. Not to mention our must have guide to surviving the first year with your new baby. We're here to support you every step of the way!
Whether you want a traditional or a natural childbirth. Or to deliver your baby at home or in a hospital. We include all the ideas and options to consider, including right after delivery. Fill in the blanks and voila... create a plan that works best for you, textbook delivery and all!
Track your baby's sleep patterns & get a daily routine that works for you
Most newborns sleep 14 out of 24 hours.
This amount of sleep is usually in 1-4 hour blocks with equal hours during the day and at night.
This means parents can be up round the clock for the entire first year with a baby (that's exhausting)!
As baby gets older they can sleep longer at night but this, and sleeping through the whole night doesn't just automatically happen.
It's easier to transition a baby to sleep longer at night if you know their feeding & sleep patterns (and other important things like how much they're drinking, crying & how many wet/dirty diapers).
Parents often keep track of these types of things for a baby's doctor anyways.
Get our free Newborn+ Customizable Chart and Daily Routine to make life easier with a baby!
There are so many things to think about when you're having a baby! We know you're busy focussing on what matters most to you. We summarize everything you need to know to help ensure your best parenting journey!
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Sleep is so important but the optimal amount is different for each family member.
It depends on age and other factors.
Find out the healthy sleep ranges by age, for you and your growing family.
Starting with babies (newborn to one year),
toddlers, preschoolers, school aged
children, teens and adults.