Catch up on your sleep
It is easy to spot a new parent. The dazed expression and bloodshot eyes are pretty clear signs.
Sleepless nights await you…
Although this is an escapable reality, catching up on sleep is important. Keeping physically and mentally active is important.
A new born baby typically wakes in the middle of the night for comfort or feed. Although it is natural to be tempted to spend every second with your child, your health is as important (if not more) as your baby’s.
Being a parent is a hard job, as it is.
To top it with sleep deprivation will affect your mood, health and productivity, all of which will in turn affect the baby.