Thank you so much for the welcome message. I remember how excited I was when I was pregnant with my little girl, Alexandra. It seems like it was just yesterday and now she will be 3 this June.....it really does fly by!!!! I have advice I give to every pregnant woman and new mom I see. I live in Atlanta, GA and we have a "baby whisperer" that all the moms talk about. She comes to your house when your baby is just 2 weeks old and does a 2 hour consultation with you....she is a pediatric nurse with like 6 kids and tells you all the secrets. She is FABULOUS!!! Please go to her website and order her book www.momsoncall.com. You will have a much more enjoyable "new mom" experience if you follow her advice. The section on getting the baby to sleep thru the night is phenominal...Alexandra was sleeping 8 hrs straight in 5-6 weeks. The dtypical day schedule was also the best. It told you exactly what to do (feed, play, nap, ect) hour by hour starting at 7am. It gets the baby on a perfect schudule and they are MUCH happier if they are on a very strict schedule and it makes your days so nice because you know exactly when they are sleeping, awake, etc. This book changed my experience, I promise, it is a life saver :-)
ICongratulations and best of luck to you, please stay in touch. I love your blog...I'm following it!!! Jane
Thank you for the welcome! I Love your blog, and the nursery is so cute! Makes me want to have a baby again. Congrats on the baby hun, and good luck. Keep us updated and don't hesitate to ask any new-mommy questions!
Thanks for the welcoming Moriah! I had a quick look at your blog and I like it a lot, so I added myself to your followers. ;-) I can't wait to see your Josiah with those adorable shoes, I just looooove them!!
Thanks for welcoming me. I love your blog, and just became a follower. I also really like your Etsy shop and added it to my favorites. I hope everything goes well for you with the delivery of your baby.
I look forward to reading about your journey as a new mom. For me, the more I talk to other mom's and hear other sides of parenthood, the more I learn and the better I can handle situations. Just remember that, each mom has it differently so if your baby isn't like your sibling's or cousin's or best friend's baby it doesn't mean anything is wrong. Or if your birth experience is different, there is no right or wrong way to give birth, just different scenerios and choices. Don't let others get you down by pointing out the differences, because in the end it really doesn't matter.