Constipation (or the inability to evacuate one’s bowels) is one of all moms’ biggest fears when it comes to transitioning our little ones to solids.
Healing after giving birth will definitely take time. To make it a little bearable for the new mom, I gathered a list of the most beneficial postpartum necessities for recovery a first-time mother can only ask for.
You do all you can to perfect everything for your children’s sake. In spite your best efforts, you still fail. That is because no one is ever perfect. Not you. Not me. Not anyone. As moms, we love our children more than anything (even more than we love ourselves). We will do everything to keep them healthy and happy. However, we are only human (Though we think that we are superwomen at times!) and we make mistakes. Those mistakes don’t make us less of the striving parents that we are.
Packing a diaper bag for a toddler is a little different than packing a diaper bag for a newborn. Toddlers don’t need as much stuff as newborns do, but they will need things that can cater to their more active lifestyle.
There’s always this fear of not measuring up and failing at parenting altogether. While that fear often goes away, trivial matters tend to trigger it. One thing is when you hear different opinions from seasoned moms telling you what to buy and what not to buy in preparation for the coming of your little bundle of joy.