How to help your 4- to 6-month old baby find a baby sleep schedule and eating and play too — presented by Nicole from BabySleepSite
Challenge 24 is to act like a tourist in the town where you live. Hit the museums and lunch spots where only tourists seem to go. Enjoy!
Your weekly challenge (Number 22 of 52!) is to enjoy the rainbow of colors at an outdoor plant nursery.
Let’s remember all the wonderful things to talk about with other adult humans that is NOT the sleeping habits of a tiny human. You can do it!
If walking away from your baby on the floor feels strange, we feel you. Throw a blanket down for tummy time, and keep your floors as dirty as you want.
Navigating the stroller through a busy farmers market is a worthwhile challenge. There are so many things to look at for your baby, it’s worth the effort.
Invite someone dangerous out for tea. New mamas you might need to be fearless as you navigate your new social world. You can do it!
Your challenge this week is to seek out the tot story time at your library and go there. Space out while someone else entertains you both.
Be like a cruise director for your other friends with babies; you plan the week of fun so they can just show up. They’ll thank you for it!
Today’s challenge: Find a park you’ve never visited that has baby swings. In these pictures, Julian is four-and-a-half months old.
14: I love this rookie year activity for getting together in a social but EASY way: Start a weekly Breakfast Club with other new moms.
When my babies were about five months old, I gave them soft lovey to sleep with. It seemed crazy that a baby so young would care, but it was so effective.