Getting started to prepare for baby is one of the most difficult things to do. It can be overwhelming especially when you are a first time mom.
Imagine all the things you need to get ready before your baby’s arrival! I get it and I promise that with this, you will be prepared for your baby in no time.
So, sit back and uncover some of the less stressful ways to prepare for your baby through my helpful library of resources.
The Ultimate Prep-for-Baby Kit
Before we go through the Prepare-for-Baby kit, let me congratulate you and your family. I am so happy for you! This is such an exciting time in your life and it is worth celebrating!
I remember the feeling when I had both pregnancies and there was nothing like it. It sure was a roller coaster of emotions for me. I was ecstatic but scared. Exhilarated yet so exhausted. I was happy one moment and frightened the next.
Well, I guess all those are just normal given the hormonal changes a mom encounters during pregnancy.
However, at the end of the day, one thing is certain. Your baby is a blessing and you want all the best for him/her.
On that note, this awesome printable I call “The Ultimate Prep-for-Baby Kit” will help you prepare for your baby with ease. Consider this a guide on where to start as soon as you get that “big fat positive”.
What to expect from the Prep-for-Baby Kit
I also prepared a 20-week saving-for-baby challenge to help ease the financial stress along the way.
I posted freezer meal ideas you can prepare before your baby arrives.
Plus, a whole lot more.
As a bonus, I even created a meal train schedule. You can ask your most trusted family and friends to help you with your day to day food consumption for the first week with your newborn.
I am positive that this will help you be more prepared for the coming of your new baby.
Again, congratulations and welcome to The Upward Blip!
Sneak Peek of The Ultimate “Prepare-for-Baby” Kit
Enjoy a sneak peek of the freebies down below before you download them and decide for yourself if they will be really helpful to you. I promise I won’t get offended.
If you think the Prepare-for-Baby kit can be (and I honestly believe they can), go ahead and print them out.
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Planning to Breastfeed your Baby? Here’s how to prepare for it!
[Invest in a simple step-by-step program that covers everything you need to know about Breastfeeding in 13 easy-to-watch video series here. Stacey (a certified lactation educator) will teach you the most effective positions to breastfeed and the smartest ways to produce more milk. Arm yourself with enough knowledge to be confident enough about breastfeeding. Go ahead and sign up.]
Want to give birth naturally but just couldn’t shake the fear away?
Visit Hilary at Pulling Curls and check out her fabulous post about giving birth naturally here. She also offers a FREE online prenatal class (normally $5). Grab the opportunity and sign up now! Don’t forget to tell her I sent you.
Want all-out support from your partner?
Let him sign up for this awesome childbirth class especially created for him. (Use coupon code = 10PARTNER and get $10 off the course!) Alice Turner will teach him actionable tips so that he can effectively aid you with everything you need during labor, delivery, and beyond!
Final say on How to Prepare for Baby
I would be lying if I say I never got scared about being a parent. Preparing for motherhood is no small feat.
It is a huge responsibility and it can’t be taken lightly.
However, with the right tools and support, everything will be less stressful.
Hang in there, Mama! You got this!
Talk to you soon,
P.S. If you saw this first, go ahead and check out my in-depth post about what to expect as a first-time mom to survive the first weeks with a newborn first. I promise you, it is so informative. You won’t be disappointed. You can click the link above or down below.
Related article: First Weeks with A Newborn Survival Guide
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