Yesterday my mum gifted us a bag of tenderly folded clothes. My old dresses. Carefully kept and saved for moments exactly like this one.
Diaz wears vintage @countryroad like it was made for her.
I’m away atm so haven’t seen it but a friend told me yesterday that they are sleep training baby Lulu on Shorties. This makes me mad as a rattlesnake!⠀
I personally have chosen to not sleep train and although I’m tired as shit I know the science and info about brain development behind my decision. This is not to have a go at people who sleep train - like you do you and I’ll do us. What pisses me right off is that stupid promotion, like seeing it on Shorties, continues to cement its place in our society. ⠀
When actually NO, you DON’T have to sleep train if you don’t want to. ⠀
It is NORMAL for a baby to WAKE frequently⠀
Their brains grow from 25% developed to 75% developed in the first 1000 days, which contributes to a lot of this waking. By 2.5yo they should be sweet. .⠀
Fin finds it hard to sleep. She’s not broken, there’s nothing wrong with her, I can wait it out. As a FTM I have felt a lot of pressure to have a “good” baby. Like Fin is fucking awesome, she is GOOD, she just doesn’t sleep well ⠀
Like I said, if you WANT to sleep train than cool, you do that. What I hate to see is other FTMs who feel like they HAVE to. You DON’T have to! Fingers crossed there’s a twist in Shorties and they realise they don’t need to leave Lulu to cry.⠀
.⠀ #babieswake#its normal #mumlife#nzmumblogger#mumblogger#mumbloggernz#mummyblogger#momblogger#motherhoodrising#childrenoftheworld#parenthood_moments#treasuringlittlemoments#instamum#hibiscuscoast#millwater#auckland#nz ⠀
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