Every new parent is searching for most popular mommy and parenting blogs to help them out at the beginning of their parenting days. And there is no shame in that. We all need to know that we are not the only ones having these feelings and insecurities.
As a young mother, I have to admit that I didn’t want to come home from the hospital after I gave birth to my child. During those days while we were in a hospital, I realized that I have no idea what to do with that little creature when I get home. It is not all feeding and changing. I knew what to do when it came to teaching but what about calming down?
We had one terrifying night at the hospital. There were three of us in the room and babies were with us. For some reason, all three of them decided to cry that night out and there was nothing that we could do to help ourselves and them as well. The thing that scared me, even more, was that I was the only one that had her first child. Other women had one and two children waiting for them at home. So, if they didn’t know what to do in order to make their babies calm down, how could I? And what am I supposed to do after I came home with a baby?
The fifth day came and we were ready to go home. I thought I was going to die. First of all, there were 6 people from outside waiting for me at home. The baby was asleep so I could have my coffee. But noooo, I had to take care of guests that my mother called. Two hours later, my beautiful, sleepy boy got up and we went to hell. He couldn’t stop crying. We gave him milk, I tried to change him, but I saw a rash on his skin because of the unproper hospital care, I got nervous, he felt it and there was no way back. My sister in law took him and sang to him until he went back to bed. It was around two hours later.
But there was a light at the end of the tunnel. The nurse called and talked to me for an hour. After she shared her experience as a mother to me and admitted that she slept by the crib because she was scared that her girl was going to stop breading, she gave me few websites to follow, where I would find proper advice and other people’s experiences. Now, Insider Monkey did it too. Here are 25 most popular mommy and parenting blogs.