1. Planning ahead 2. Once your baby arrives 3. Fear 4. Financial worries 5. Your relationship with mom 6. Handling your baby 7. Helping mom 8. Strange yet normal things about newborns Helpful guide for New Fathers from the perspective of a male nurse. This is a simple description of what to expect after your baby is born. Information presented from a male prospective. Without long complicated medical wording, it is a simple as I can make it. You may also find useful information in the following books. After delivery...What to expect after your miracle has arrived. First days home...What to expect after your miracle has arrived Breastfeedingab What to expect after your miracle has arrived. Planning ahead will help in many ways. Prepare for babyas arrival. You can get some experience with children by visiting a friend with children. If you can spending time with a newborn would be best. Have your friends coach you on how to hold the baby, pick up and put it down the child. Learning to change some diapers would help also. Get to know the baby's cues for expressing the desire for the need it wants to have met. Getting some experience on what to expect and how to care for your baby will help a lot with any anxiety you may have after birth. Babies have simple and basic needs. It wants food, safety, or comfort. It will become natural and much easier with time and practice. Once your baby arrives take time to get to know it. Its moods and needs. Babies will communicate its needs by crying. Remember it has only one word to say Iam hungry, scared, angry, and uncomfortable, has a dirty diaper and anything else. Try not to worry, before you know it you will be able to tell what they are by the look on your baby's face. Just like mom you will have a learning curve. It will take some time. You can start off slow. Just hold the baby for a while. Have someone place the baby into your arms and just hold it. Look at it as baby steps. One little one at a time. Before you know it you will be changing diapers and burping like a pro.Helpful guide for New Fathers from the perspective of a male nurse. Chris Candes. breastfeed but it is not easy, it takes time for the baby to learn how to eat. The mom and baby both have a learning curve. The soft spot on top of the head cananbsp;...
|Title||:||A Bro's newborn baby guide.|
|Publisher||:||chris candes - 2014-08-04|