If you’re like me, you’re probably thinking that there are 2 things you can count on when your baby is born: they will know how to sleep and eat. Well, that is true…sort of. Let me explain. Yes, babies know how to sleep when they’re born. In fact, they do a darn good job at sleeping at first! The issue isn’t “can” they sleep, but “where” and “how” they will do it. If you plan on feeding, holding, rocking, or bouncing your baby to sleep all the time, then great! But, if you’re thinking that it would be pretty awesome if you could just lay your baby in their crib when it’s time for sleep, and they’ll not only put themselves to sleep, but also sleep longer than just 20-40 minutes (the average length of one sleep cycle for newborns), then keep reading!
When it comes to breastfeeding, I learned the hard way that it was not nearly as easy as I had imagined it would be! There’s actually a lot to learn about the process, how to get your baby to properly latch, how to pump, store, and reheat your breast milk, and how to handle pain (yes, there’s a little of that)! I didn’t realize all I did NOT know about until I was in the throws of things and failing miserably. It’s so helpful to be able to learn about all of this ahead of time, SEE what to do, be able to go back later to reference forgotten materials, and ask questions along the way!
Then there’s learning about what you should be eating throughout your pregnancy and beyond. Again, I wish I had known how important my diet was to my pregnancy and unborn child. I could have learned how food could have been medicine for me for all of my pregnancy ailments (ie reduce stretchmarks, avoid gestation diabetes, keep blood pressure low, avoid leg cramps, maintain the nausea, keep energy levels up, etc). I could have ensured I was giving my unborn babies the very best of me, while making sure that I maintained my own personal levels of nutrients! So much to learn!
All of these things are why I created this awesome Prenatal Package! I want parents-to-be to learn all they can about their newborn’s (and your) sleep, your pre/postnatal nutrition needs, and how to breastfeed. Here’s what you get with this unique package…