When I was a brand new mommy, I was lucky that my best friend had a baby of her own. Whitney seemed to have all the answers and didn’t mind if I talked about sleep, swaddles, and nursing… A Lot! The day I returned from the hospital, she dropped off some witch hazel and teeny hand-me-downs. Though she forgot a few of the specifics around my hour-by-hour and day-by-day worries, I couldn’t have asked for a better friend.
The importance of having parent friends (who can sympathize, empathize, and not get sick of all the stuff you say about baby minutia) cannot be overstated. I hope you can find that too.
This video was made by KidsInTheHouse. They paid for video production (and our pretty makeup) but we were otherwise not compensated by participating. See On-demand parenting advice for more info.
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