52® Tips for New Parents by Lynn Gordon, Karen Johnson

By Lynn Gordon, Karen Johnson

These fifty two sensible information are only the article to assist new mom and dad ease into parenthood, together with feedback for tactics to lessen isolation, calm a screamer, and confirm you retain your social lifestyles.

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If you can’t find a group you are interested in joining, start your own. Recruit other parents at parks, grocery stores, or the doctor’s office. These regular get-togethers can offer your baby the chance to socialize with other little people—and can provide a place for you to offer and receive support from other adults. Baby groups can eventually turn into babysitting groups, where you trade babysitting on alternate weekends so you can always look forward to a nice night out. Into the Swing Since most of us don’t have the time to sit on the porch swing sipping ice tea with our babies in our laps, some clever person invented the baby swing.

The bad part is that those activities can be fun. Talk to your elders and find out what their years on the planet have taught them. Grill them for sleep tips and home remedies. Ask your grandmother how she got her colicky babies to settle down and what she did to ease teething pains. The elders will probably feel honored to pass along their knowledge, and you will be all the wiser. Information-Age Infants Tip #1: The Internet is a great resource for new parents. There are hundreds of commercial and nonprofit Web sites that offer parenting information, medical advice, and bulletin boards for support and advice.

There are hundreds of commercial and nonprofit Web sites that offer parenting information, medical advice, and bulletin boards for support and advice. Make sure the sites you are consulting are reliable; ask your friends and your pediatrician for recommendations. Tip #2: If your Internet service provider offers Web site hosting, create a site all about the new baby. It doesn’t have to be fancy. Post photos and news of his progress—even sound clips of burbling and wailing—for friends and family far away.

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