4. Side Nursing
This one is a game changer for many of us breast-feeding mamas, especially in those early days when you feel like all you do is nurse, nurse, and nurse. Lay down, get comfortable and take a moment to just rest. There will be plenty of other times you’ll be nursing on the go, so enjoy the quite moments while you can.
5. Get Outside
Is cabin fever starting to set in? Make sure to get outside, breathe in the fresh air and get your body moving. This will help combat the tiredness and get you feeling energized. If you thirve off a trip to the gym, make sure you schedule it in.
6. Ask For Help
We have all heard the many well meaning comments, “let me know if you need anything.” Well check in on those friends and family members and ask if they are willing to come entertain the little angels while you grab a cat nap, or take a stress-free trip to target without any poop explosions or nursing breaks. Don’t be afraid to ask for help, we all need it from time to time.