New moms can find plenty of advice online. You have enormous options to choose from, ranging from the most popular parenting books to well-meaning relatives and friends. It can be difficult to extract all the information that is available to you. How do you decide which advice to take and which to (respectfully) disregard? The words of wisdom shared by mothers and parenting experts are insightful and smart.mother holding baby

Embrace your instincts, listen to your body, and figure it out as you go as you navigate the early stages of motherhood. Here are six tips from real moms as gifts for expecting mothers. Keep your mind and body stress-free in the time of motherhood.

  1. Do less (Dr. Colleen Crowley)

Nowadays, most mothers think they must do a lot for their children, but babies need a mama who is present and at peace with herself. Baby’s brain will remain wired for the rest of their lives because of this grounded presence.

  1. Don’t aim for perfection (Auerbach)

The perfect mother does not exist. One of the most challenging but rewarding titles in life is mom. Don’t be swayed by social media, and trust your instincts. If you fail, don’t be hard on yourself or give up. You should always get back up and try again if you fall.

  1. Be willing to try different things (Auerbach)

There could be some reasons why you might not get the chance to breastfeed, such as difficulty latching, medical issues, or you may not want to do it. You are not a failure; this is extremely common.

  1. Things never go according to plan (Kelly and Perren)

It is a good life lesson. But births, labors, and deliveries seldom go exactly as you envision them. Therefore, the best advice we ever received was to remember that whatever happens, happens. There is nothing that can be done to change it, no matter how hard you try. Be as accepting of this as you can. Your life-changing moment will be vastly different due to it.

  1. You are amazing (Scott)

You’re the best mom there is to your baby despite the sleepless nights, the tough days, and the tough times. It will be easy for you to handle tough situations. Despite everything else, you are doing an incredible job.

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