Being a new parent is awesome and amazing and…terrifying. There is so much to learn, so much to prepare for. And, sometimes, it can be hard to think beyond the birth to caring for the actual BABY. This is not a time you want to completely wing it. The good news? You don’t have to. You can’t know it all before you have a little one but you can learn a lot of critical information that will help you feel confident, educated and ready for this new adventure.
Many new parents take local classes to learn basic baby care skills but they’re often generic and LONG, often making them hard to absorb for parents-to-be. They’re also irrelevant for many parents, designed to meet the needs of all parents without addressing the specific concerns of any one parent. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone just gave you all of the information you needed to know in bite-size chunks you could come back to over and over again, once your baby was actually around, in the comfort of your own home? Someone who has the professional expertise you need and the personal experience to back it up? Someone who has their finger on the pulse, who knows what new parents really need and want to know?
illness and infection in your baby
Know the steps you need to take to prevent
perfectly normal, but tend to scare parents
Recognize the things infants do that are
Learn the basics of calming your new human
environment from the very start
Establish healthy sleep habits in a safe sleeping
you through the ups and downs of nursing
Find a lactation consultant who can guide
Identify and solve common
success from the very first hour after birth
Set yourself up for breastfeeding
Discover a secret piece of breastfeeding gear that can
system that works seamlessly
Learn how to set up a breastfeeding
when they’re with their babies
Prepare for the top issues parents face
Expect what will happen when you see the doctor after birth
Understand common concerns once you’re on your own
Know what to expect in the first 2-3 days with your infant
Learn the tools to find and keep quality caregivers
within your community
Understand your choices for childcare
born to develop a self-care routine
Find strategies you can use from the day your baby is
and learn the principles of successful co-parenting
Divide the responsibilities you’ll have
that matter most when it comes to your child
Understand the qualities of a healthcare provider
Invest in these top ten items before baby gets here
like with a newborn
Set realistic expectations for what life is
Understand what we’ll be learning all about
Whitney Casares, MD, MPH, FAAP is a pediatrician and a mom to two young girls in Portland, Oregon. After completing her undergraduate degree in Journalism, she completed her medical school training at The University of Vermont and her pediatrics residency training at Stanford University. She also holds a Masters of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health from The University of California, Berkeley.
She cares for children and adolescents as a full-time, Board-certified pediatrician in Portland, Oregon. She knows from experience what it’s like to welcome a new baby into the world and what it’s like to make sure those babies thrive in their first days, weeks and months.
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