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“Newborn Sleeping: Letting Go of Mom Guilt and Cherishing the Early Months”

As a new mom, it can be overwhelming to navigate the world of baby sleep.
From the constant feedings to the never-ending diaper changes, it can feel like there is never a moment of rest. And when your little one is finally asleep, it’s hard not to feel guilty for wanting to do something for yourself instead of just staring at your sleeping baby!

But it’s important to remember that taking care of yourself is just as important as taking care of your baby.

One of the biggest struggles new moms face is the guilt that comes with soothing their baby. Whether it’s rocking, singing, or even using a pacifier, it can feel like you’re not doing it “the right way.”
The truth is, there is no one “right way” to soothe a baby. Every baby is different and what works for one may not work for another. So don’t be afraid to experiment and find what works for you and your baby.

Another struggle new moms face is the pressure to have their baby sleeping through the night at a young age. But it’s important to remember that every baby develops at their own pace. Some babies may start sleeping through the night at a few months old, while others may take a year or more. And that’s okay. Your baby will get there when they are ready.

So, as a new mom, it’s important to let go of the mom guilt and to slow down and cherish these early months.

These moments are fleeting and before you know it, your baby will be growing and changing right before your eyes.


You will yearn for these “sleepless” nights and endless snuggles.

 So take a deep breath and enjoy the snuggles, the feedings, and the sleepless nights. Because before you know it, they will be a thing of the past.”

And remember that you’re not alone in this journey. We’re all in this together.

Check out these helpful tips – 

  • Avoid overtiredness
  • Create a soothing sleep environment
  • Swaddle them
  • Keep the bedroom cool
  • Keep nighttime diaper changes quick
  • Share the bedtime responsibility with your partner
  • Use a pacifier
  • Be flexible with naps
  • Stick to a bedtime routine
  • Be patient and consistent

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