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When you become a mother, it can be easy to fall into a mindset that you are the sole provider for your new baby. While it is true that you are likely the most important person in that little one’s life, it is not necessary for all of the responsibility to fall on your shoulders. Further, the responsibilities that we do have as new moms, don’t need to be so constricting that we become lifeless drones. The following steps can help you maintain your freedom as a new mom.

Include Your Partner

It is so important for the child’s dad to be included in everyday tasks. It is important to the baby and to the father. The bonding that takes place during every day activities is irreplaceable. Things like tummy time, baths, story time and bedtime can provide you a priceless half hour at a time. Take this time, shamelessly, to go outside and read a book, paint your nails, take a shower or whatever else you want or need to do.

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One thing I quickly learned as a new mom (especially a breastfeeding new mom) is that I had to eat. Believe it or not. It sounds like a no brainer but when you are caught up in sleeping in as long as you possibly can (since you might not be getting much sleep at night), feeding your new baby and trying to get them to sleep, you might find that it has been many hours since you last ate something. Your body needs nutrients both to heal itself after childbirth and to maintain your energy to take care of your little one. If you are breastfeeding, eating will be even more important, as your body burns an extra 500 calories or so per day.

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One thing I quickly learned as a new mom (especially a breastfeeding new mom) is that I had to eat. Believe it or not. It sounds like a no brainer but when you are caught up in sleeping in as long as you possibly can (since you might not be getting much sleep at night), feeding your new baby and trying to get them to sleep, you might find that it has been many hours since you last ate something. Your body needs nutrients both to heal itself after childbirth and to maintain your energy to take care of your little one. If you are breastfeeding, eating will be even more important, as your body burns an extra 500 calories or so per day.

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