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Caring for a new baby is not easy. New parents have a lot of adjustments to make. Some of these adjustments are quite challenging and stressful for most families.
If you can anticipate the stressors new parents often face and make a plan prior to bringing home your baby, you’ll be ahead of the game. The following may not resonate with you until your baby is here, but keep these in mind when that day arrives:
Just remember, after your baby arrives, life may not go according to plan for a while, and that’s OK. The newborn phase doesn’t last forever and you just may miss it when it’s over.
If you have any concerns, reach out to your doctor or your child’s doctor for more information and support.
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