There are some great tags and challenges that make their way around the internet and the mum blogging world is no exception. I recently got the opportunity to join in with the Parenting Alphabet Challenge thanks to Mum in the Moment blogger Abi Yardimci.
In this final part of the Survival Series I go through some thoughts and advice on breastfeeding a newborn baby. It's tough in the beginning but I was amazed that after the first 8 weeks I was actually starting to enjoy it.
I discovered Fusion Life Coaching when thinking about how worried I was at putting Rowan in nursery when I go back to work. Fusion Life Coaching specifically supports mums, so I did a little Q&A to find out more.
The second part of my Survival Series is all about Baby: why do they sleep so much? What is colic? Why do they cry more in the evenings? I share my experience of newborn behaviour in the first 8 weeks of life.
Rowan is at the end of his fourth trimester which feels like a big milestone. The week involved more newborn regression, or possibly a growth spurt, and an attempt to take him out in the pram for a snooze that backfired!
Have you noticed the skin on your baby's scalp becoming a bit dry and flaky? Don't worry, it's probably just Cradle Cap. So let's talk about those waxy flakes of skin and find out what to we can do to help manage it!
There are just a few topics to cover this week for Rowan's Roundup including a day of regression (for him and me), tummy time and his first night away from home (and meeting his gorgeous cousins!).