A friend gave us the Instant Baby Sleep MP3’s and PDF’s which helped us through those hard restless nights. For the most part we followed this easy to remember checklist:
Another weird tip that worked was rubbing the center of forehead above the eyes ever so gently.
Our baby re-enacting Mission Impossible. One must crawl before he can walk… but before that he just looks like he’s swimming on land, lol.
Ahh, so that’s why they call it happy baby pose in yoga… duh!
My newborn loving and hating my kisses. I don’t regret overdoing it because he just pushes my face when I get to close now. Sigh, they grow so fast (I know so cliche).
I remember learning in college that psychologists study facial expressions from babies because its 100% natural; when adults do pouty face it’s intentional.
This is our baby’s pouty face when he was about to cry after waking up from a nap. He ends up smiling cause he sees his beloved mama.
Our baby saw our friend’s fluffy dog at a dog cafe in Ebisu, Tokyo Japan and just lost it. So Fluffy!
- Hold your baby like a football while supporting the neck
- Tilt the head slightly to avoid shampoo from getting into the eyes
- Be calm and gentle while massaging the head
- Have a bucket for clean water and another bucket for dirty water (or do over the sink)