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Ways to Bond with Your Baby

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I still can not believe that my little boy is growing so fast.This last year has flown by so crazy fast with Mikey and  every time he achieves a new milestone I am so excited for him. Lately he has been saying a new word almost every day!

I still remember that very first day home with Mikey and I have a few tips for a great Formula for Happiness and bonding with your newborn.  The first day with Mikey  was home just a few hours after he was born, the perks of having your baby at a Birth Center. It was absolutely wonderful to just be in my own bed with Mikey and getting to know each other. Cuddles, nursing and looking at every single detail of my little guy. That first day is exhausting yet it goes by so incredibly fast!

One way I found to be a great way to bond and get stuff done is Babywearing! I totally agree that babywearing is a great way to Formula for Happiness when you are trying to still care for other children and keep a happy newborn.

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Soothing Baby – There are quite a few ways that babies love when it comes to soothing, rocking in a rocking chair, swaying back and forth, singling, or even using a baby swing.

Another way  that some babies need help with soothing is with the Gerber® Good Start® Soothe Infant formula is specially designed to ease excessive crying, colic, fussiness, and gas while providing complete nutrition.

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Lastly, because Newborns grow soooo incredibly fast take photos! Take lots of photos. Of their little hands, feet, back of their head. If you can hire a photographer to take month photos do it!!! Here are a few of the professional photos from birth to 4 months of Mikey.

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I hope these tips are useful for you and bonding with your baby. How are ways you found helpful when it came to bonding with your little one?

 

*I received a free sample of (Gerber® Good Start® Soothe infant formula or Gerber® Soothe probiotic colic drops) from Gerber®. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

About the Author

Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 13,10, 4 and a baby boy born in February 2015. They currently reside in sunny Southern California.

11 Responses to “Ways to Bond with Your Baby”

  1. Fiona N says:

    Thank You for sharing these awesome tips about soothing baby. I have tried Gerber Good Start Soothe Infant formula for my little one, and it worked 🙂

  2. Shakeia Rieux says:

    I don’t have children, but this information will come handy when I do. It’s good to know these things that way you know what to expect, and what steps to take

  3. Kristina H says:

    My daughter (now almost 3) has spent a good majority of her life in a Maya Ring Sling! It was a life saver as a single mom to a newborn and still is for those tired grocery store trips! Nothing better than being hands free, but still getting to be close to my little one 🙂

  4. Tina says:

    talking and eye contact is key

  5. Emily VanWagoner says:

    Very useful information, will be bookmarking this page!

  6. Rachel R says:

    Love wearing my babies!

  7. Stephanie S. says:

    Love the tips in ways to bond!

  8. Elizabeth Gingras says:

    This product was helpful when I was at the parks with my son . We were able to bound and he got to sleep while I held him.

  9. edith dana says:

    I looove babywearing!!! Being an aunt, I spend less time with baby nephew, than my sister does; so making every minute count is so important to me. And since, the baby can’t understand my words, I know in my heart that he can understand my touch. These great tips will help me get the best out of my time with my baby nephew : )

  10. Sasha Marie Klein says:

    We babywear to comfort baby.

  11. Leela says:

    Three out of eight of my kids have been super colicky. I’m beginning to think my newest has it too.

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