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Taking care of a newborn alone can be exhausting and overwhelming
If you are about to have a baby all on your own or find yourself a single mom shortly after you give birth, you’ve come to the right place.
You are dealing with all the emotions of postpartum life and your changing body. And now you have to very quickly learn how to take care of a baby… all on your own.
When it comes to taking care of a newborn alone, I’ve assembled the very best tips that really helped me get through that first year as a single mom with a newborn
Take a look at your daily life and think about the things YOU might need. And stock up on those so you have at least a good 2-3 month supply of everything. That includes:
- Hair products
- Cleaning Supplies
- Laundry detergent
- Packaged food
Thank goodness for Amazon where you can stock up on things like breast pads and nipple cream and have them shipped right to your house. Amazon Prime is going to be your new best friend!
I would actually recommend you learn how to just let go of the perfectly clean house and just embrace the mess. But I had a hard time doing that as well.
The messier my house, the more anxiety I got and the more I felt like my to-do list was a million miles long. I couldn’t just let it go.