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You Know You Have a Newborn When…

April 18, 2015

These things just keep coming up over and over with my newborn:

+ You text your friend’s messages like: “Do you prefer Pamper’s or Huggie’s?”
+ You went to the store and bought 5 different type of binkies.
+ You carry the water bottle you got at the hospital everywhere you go.
+ You wear track pants every day.
+ You have dark circles under your eyes.
+ You need to take a pain-reliever when it is time to breast-feed.
+ You rely on the fan in the bathroom and running water to put the baby to sleep.
+ You get excited when you hear a baby burp.
+ You cringe when baby gets the hiccups.
+ You buy A LOT of batteries for baby’s swing and baby’s bouncer seat.
+ You’ve watched YouTube videos on how to swaddle a baby too many times to count.
+ You always have a burp cloth on your shoulder.
+ You feel like you are ALWAYS changing a diaper or feeding the baby.
+You check Facebook and/or Instagram at 3:00 am.
+ You could stare at that sweet baby’s face ALL DAY LONG.

What else would you add?

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Lacey Pappas

Mother of 2 silly boys and a new baby girl. Happily married. Love to laugh, inspire others, take pretty photos, and curl up with a good book.

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Angela Silva

You sway or rock in place even when you’re not holding your baby… 😉