• Learn and Enjoy Being a Parent!
Only a few women have the natural ability to become mothers. Most need time to learn to live it. So don’t worry too much if you feel you have to learn a lot!
You also have to understand that every baby is unique and has a different character. Mother’s experience with one another in caring for and raising their children may also be very different. Just walk calmly. Being a mother does require a lot of practice, patience, and the desire to love the baby.
Remember also that being a good mother is not limited to being skilled at feeding, changing diapers, or following a baby to sleep. A good mother must also be able to make the baby feel happy, safe, and get enough attention and affection.
The childish side is needed when you become a mother later. Mothers must be prepared to play a lot, sing children’s songs, and read stories in a funny voice. Enjoy all the stages of your child’s growth, because that period will not be repeated. Unwittingly, your child has grown up and is independent.
• Learn the Basic Theories of Caring for Babies
The best way to start learning about baby care is to ask relatives or close friends. With them, you can freely ask questions without feeling awkward. Even more exciting, if by chance they still have babies now. There’s nothing wrong with my mother observing or even practicing direct care for the baby.
The prenatal class can also provide good information about baby care. In fact, some maternity hospitals hold special prenatal classes for patients who have just given birth. Take time to take part in the class and don’t hesitate to ask many experts.
In addition, prospective mothers can also study baby care through books. If you try to read several different books, you might find different theories about baby care. Don’t be confused, just try to follow what you think is most comfortable. After you go straight ahead, you will usually find your own unique tips for caring for your baby. As we said above, each mother will have different experiences and techniques in caring for her baby.
• Don’t Hesitate to Ask for Help
Being a new mother is a pretty heavy responsibility. For that, do not hesitate to ask for rocks from other people who are more experienced. For example, our own mother, husband, midwife, a close friend, even the Bee club expert team are also ready for various suggestions with Mother.
Mothers can also share experiences with fellow Mothers. Usually, you will understand later that other mothers also feel the same anxiety about their role as new parents. These concerns are actually a sign of your mother’s desire to give her the best. Take it easy, provision of attention and affection is the main capital to be a good mother!