New parents

Nothing says tired like a newborn. Who knew such a little person could be so much work? People tried to tell you, but you didn’t really get it. Once that baby comes home, life as you knew it vanishes. It’s a whole new world and the transition for new parents can be difficult. Navigating that transition well is the key.


Life in a new reality

Joe and Sue, sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G,
First comes love, then comes marriage,
Then comes a baby in a baby carriage....

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Wake up. Change diapers. Make breakfast. Make beds. Change diapers. Make lunch. Vacuum. Change diapers. Make dinner. Wash dishes. Repeat for next...
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She walks out of her office carrying a box filled with picture frames and coffee mugs, along with a final paycheque and a gift certificate for Babies...
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Expectant parents often spend months preparing for the arrival of their baby. There are parenting classes to attend, parenting books to read and...
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Robyn felt alone, tired and desperate. She and her husband had just moved to a new town. She didn't have any friends to call or relatives to visit....
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My husband likes the “fun” part of raising kids – he’s great at getting down on the floor and “wrestling” with our toddler. But when it comes to the...
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We’re about to become parents for the first time, and we’re doing everything we can to prepare ourselves before the fact. What are some of the most...
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A friend of mine believes that it’s beneficial for mom, dad, and baby to sleep together. She even claims that it can prevent sudden infant death...
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The birth of my child was one of the highlights of my life. However, in the weeks since that mountaintop experience I’ve found myself struggling...
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I’m a new father, and though I love our child very much I often find my selfishness rearing its ugly head. Whenever my wife asks me to help with the...