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Sleep Baby & Mommy

Madhulatha S Mom of 2 children 10 months ago
i lost my mom 3 years back when i became mother i realised how hard to rise a child i became mentally physically weak particularly its very difficult in the first 3to4 months after delivery i literally cryed because women in her first time delivery she dont knw how and when to feed the baby
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B Reddy Mom of a 6 m old boy 8 months ago
How long we get sleep after birth ?
priya vishnu Mom of a 2 yr 4 m old boy 9 months ago
It's true
priya vishnu Mom of a 2 yr 4 m old boy 9 months ago
It's true
Rekha R Mom of a 1 yr 8 m old boy 9 months ago
Sleep deprivation is a major concern with all mothers. Leads to many issues including PPD / PPA. lack of sleep leaves the mother exhausted, confused, with the harmonal changes happening it a takes a toll on her health.
Few tips which might help -
take help of family, example husband or mom to hold the child for an hour or so, to get some sleep.
try to work out babies naps in a way that during night atleast you both get solid 4 hr continosuly.
remember it's just a phase and you'll be able to sleep better as the baby grows.
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Aarthi Mom of a 1 yr 3 m old boy 9 months ago
Nice info
Babita Agarwal Mom of a 2 yr 8 m old boy 9 months ago
thgggh
Kadambari Vyas Mom of 2 children 9 months ago
It’s the bane of every new parent’s life: The battle to get enough sleep. Multiple feedings per night, unexpected 3:00 a.m. diaper changes, and bouts of fussiness in the wee hours can turn even the most stalwart of new moms and dads into glassy-eyed, running-on-fumes versions of themselves.Create the best sleep environment (for you and baby)Swaddling, white noise machines, and a dark bedroom can all help baby stay asleep for longer periods.
Kadambari Vyas Mom of 2 children 9 months ago
It’s the bane of every new parent’s life: The battle to get enough sleep. Multiple feedings per night, unexpected 3:00 a.m. diaper changes, and bouts of fussiness in the wee hours can turn even the most stalwart of new moms and dads into glassy-eyed, running-on-fumes versions of themselves.Create the best sleep environment (for you and baby)Swaddling, white noise machines, and a dark bedroom can all help baby stay asleep for longer periods.
Savitha G Mom of 2 children 9 months ago
I like sleeping, I used to take rest for many hrs during pregnancy..after giving birth to my cute little angel, sleep became less for me and moreover I had gone through c section, I needed rest for more hrs, I suffered in night as my angel was waking 4-5 times in the night and though I used to take rest little bit in the morning, I needed rest in the night, after completing one month my Angel sleeps and she gets up 2- 3 times in night and I m used to it.... So no worry,
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