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    Default One piece of advice for new mums

    If you're not sure what you're doing at the start, if you find reading bub difficult - then that's ok. Babies are hard. Dont be scared about asking friends for advice, going on google or a forum and doing some research. My only tips would be to research widely - listen to a wide range of advice before deciding what suits your family best. And of course when it comes down to the crunch do what you feel is best not what others tell you to.
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    Default One piece of advice for new mums

    Breast is best but formula is a perfectly healthy and adequate substitute too
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    Don't trust clothing labels! My dd has beautiful clothes that she hasn't worn as I had put away larger sized items only to find they were now too small 😢

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    It's okay to have an idea of what type of parent you would like to be (eg: attachment parent) but don't allow yourself to be pigeon holed otherwise you can get caught up doing something you didn't really want to in order to maintain the label.

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