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30 things I learned during my child's first year


Here's a mother's honest list of the things she learned in the first 12 months of her little son's life.

30 things I learned during my child's first year

First of all, knocking on your own, if you also passed the first year, is no small feat! You must have learned a lot of things during this time and reading through my list is very likely to give you a "aha" status at just a few points. Have a good time 1. The puncturing process takes as long as before. There's never going to be more than just picking up your ridicule and you're out the door. From now on, a little person should keep all your needs in mind. Understand: You need to fill a whole diaper with diapers, buttocks, baby bottles, outerwear ... just to get ready for any unexpected event.2. The fact that you have to leave the house is a frightening and scary thing. That you have to leave the house alone with him is even more awesome. (My first trip led to Starbucks. I had a good time, passed the stroller by myself in the stroller, and didn't even scare everyone with me.) 4. You give the kid all the costly clothes you don't need, and you can forget about them too. The moment you knock down your thousands of forints body, you're sure to crash it all - I guarantee it.5. Your pre-pregnancy attacks will come back to you. When I got out of the hospital, I was sick of the epidural, but once it got out of me, I wore my jeans and my pants smoothly. Of course, everything was a bit different for me.6. Postpartum birth is a horror. Okay, parenting was terrible too, but having to adjust to a whole new life situation in the midst of everything in your head, well, it is a nightmare. Postpartum depression is a present phenomenon, and I have been constantly on the lookout.8. Breastfeeding is a tough job. It seems like the easiest thing in the world to do, but it shouldn't kill anyone. It is not easy to get close by, you have to learn.9. Let your mother and your mother help. Believe me, we know what they're doing.10. You're going to argue with your priest, that's for sure. But in three minutes you will be over it (remember, they both want the best for the little ones) .11. Netflix will be your best friend.12. Your baby will giggle at any symptom you think of the worst every time and then you call your doctor right away. Don't do it! You will have to limit the number of baby photos you want to share on Facebook. And let's face it, it's not an easy task. When you smile for the first time, you will be barking at the impact. When you first start laughing, you will bark better.16. After six months, you simply did not know where the little servitude that could not keep the head on its own was gone.17. Addition is a frighteningly scary thing. Which time do you start with? And what if you're allergic to something? With nutrition, you can create a much more generous and bizarre "big deal" in your life.19. There are no better games for kitchen utensils.20. Yeah, de. Wrapping paper and Christmas trees.21. You will slowly learn that you do not need to take half the apartment with you in your diaper. That way, you will be thinking about your baby by five months, what are the most necessary supplies, and so the cooking time is a bit short (thanks to the weather) .22. Your baby's agenda changes from time to time and you need to adjust to it. When you start to think that your agenda is over, your child is guaranteed to miss a sleep or eat at another time so that he can fall over all day.23. You're gonna lose some friends. There are people who are simply not baby types, but obviously will not hire you to "divorce" you for that reason. I have a friend who, to this day, hasn't made me aware of having a child, so we're trying to put together a meeting where I'm not taking my son. And as we know, this is a difficult mission.24. If any of your family members or friends offer to take care of your child, take the opportunity! You have no idea what fatigue is until you have a tooth baby.26. Sleeping in a car is a real agenda killer. And you can't avoid it. (My God, I have been living in the garage next to my son who slept in the righteous times) .27. Everyday things like shopping without a child seem to be extremely enjoyable.28. There is no sweeter child in a wicked child.29. Baby dolls are simply unbearable. But seriously, who's the one who finds such awful music? Being born is the best thing in the world. The Second Year Comes!Related articles in Baby First Year: