Before Baby Comes: A Guide

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12 Things To Do Before Baby Comes Home

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You’ve heard of baby-proofing, registering before your baby shower, and nesting in your nursery, but whether you’re still in the planning stages or are currently pregnant, there are several things that you’ll thank yourself for taking care of before your little bundle of joy comes home. Whatever preparation you can put into your 9 months of pregnancy (or before) will pay off in increased quality time with your newborn — not to mention peace of mind and ease of transition. Once you’ve got your baby back home, you’ll have your hands full with birth recovery, breastfeeding, and settling into a sleep schedule. So, the more you can check off this list before labor, the better equipped you’ll be.

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Let’s face it. When you’re sensitive to smells or standing on swollen ankles, waddling down the aisles of a grocery store may not sound like a fun time. Fortunately, we are living in age of the Internet, and there are many options for grocery pickup or delivery. You can kick up your heels and click on ingredients online, then either schedule a pickup at a nearby store or have it delivered to your door. Bonus: You won’t have to deal with sudden cravings that can come with walking by a wall of temptations! Meal kit services can make it simpler by nixing the need to find recipes, but they can be pricey. Yet, the time they save — especially with easy re-orders — might be worth it to you.

Even if you live in an area where these grocery options aren’t available, you can use apps and other free digital tools to help you make menus and meal plans so you’ll know what to get to meet your daily nutrient goals before you’re coping with common pregnancy symptoms like indigestion and food aversion. When you’re not feeling inspired or are too fatigued to make meal decisions, having those resources at the ready can be a big relief. Even better? You can turn this health homework into an heirloom for future generations. When your little one is old enough to learn how to cook, you can use those recipes as a teaching guide to show them how you took care of yourself and them. Wouldn’t that be sweet?

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Taking a vacation is likely to be a little tougher once you’ve got a baby — and all of their bags —  to bring along, so try to book yourself a Babymoon before the big day. Whether you can carve out a couple of days or a few weeks, this break can bring you a bit of peace during a time when a lot of things are changing fast. Bringing a new life into the world is a big deal, and you deserve to take a breather and bask in the moment. 

If you can travel, try to squeeze in a trip to a dream destination that might not be age-appropriate for wee ones. Perhaps escape to a romantic getaway? Maybe a peaceful spiritual retreat? If a staycation sounds more like it, you could catch a few movies, dine out at your favorite restaurants and those you’ve been curious about, or make time to play some games with your spouse, friends, and family. 

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Nothing can cause stress quite like money trouble, but you can set up a little bit of certainty by getting all of your bills and recurring payments scheduled to come out at a pace you are comfortable with. Many banks will facilitate auto-bill pay, and most credit cards, subscription services, and utilities are willing to be flexible about the payment withdrawal date. That way, you can sync everything up so you won’t have to worry about keeping an eye on the mail to stay on track. 

Not only will the reliability of this routine help you make cost-conscious decisions and prevent your budget from being blown, but it can also save you from having to do a lot of math under stress if you have an unexpected expense or emergency, because life happens! It’s best to keep nail-biting number-crunching to a minimum if possible, and no one wants to deal with a late fee because they were busy being in labor! Thankfully, online bill enrollment makes this easier than it’s ever been before — and e-checks are paper-free, which means less mail to manage, less paper waste, and less stress! What a combo! 

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This won’t be your average work meeting. If you find yourself feeling wary of telling your employer about your pregnancy, that’s understandable. Try talking about your anxiety with a loved one, a therapist, or a financial coach — or all three — to help you prepare to disclose your very personal news at work. If you have a position with benefits, you’ll want to ask about parental leave policies, add your child to your health insurance plan and life insurance policy, and let your employer know your approximate due date so you can plan your absence. 

It’s important to know your rights. U.S. law prohibits discrimination on the basis of pregnancy and related conditions. The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) should protect your job for 12 weeks and guard against you being penalized for taking the time off; however, only companies of more than 50 people working within 75 miles of you are required to adhere to those standards, the leave is not guaranteed to be paid, and you need to have been at your job for at least a year in order for the law to be applied. If you think that sounds like a crummy deal, many advocates for federal family leave agree with you, and are calling on Congress to create a law that requires paid leave — similar to the laws in Chile and Switzerland. If you have short-term disability insurance, it may be able to provide a portion of your salary for part of your leave, but some companies do offer parental leave packages of their own volition.

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Before you embark on your Babymoon, you might want to get this one out of the way — because no one enjoys preparing for the worst. Even though it’s something we don’t like to imagine, it’s important to make sure that you know who you would like to handle your affairs if you and your partner were to die or become unable to care for your child, and who you would like to have custody in your stead. This means selecting a guide parent or parents, which are often referred to as a godparent or godparents in some faith traditions. 

Talk to your loved ones about which trusted individuals you would want to care for your child, and then ask them if that’s something they’d be able to do. This can be an emotional ask, and it’s important to be clear about what the role means to you and which responsibilities are involved, because the duties can vary — but one thing is always true: agreement is a promise to guide and care for the child for life, so it’s no small thing. Once yours have agreed, you will want to list them by name as custodial guardians in your will, and as emergency contacts if you are drafting an advanced care directive before going into labor. The biggest benefit, though, is that if the worst never happens, you’ll still have a stronger support system for you and your child for many years to come by getting this done. 

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If you’re a first-time parent or it’s been a few years between babies, you may find it useful to take a course on changing diapers and infant first aid. The benefits of this are twofold. The skills practice can help you feel more confident and prepared to bring your little one back home with you and find the resources you need. Additionally, it’s an opportunity to find camaraderie among peers. Pregnancy is a very personal experience, and it can be refreshing to be with a group of people who are navigating a similar journey. If your courses are in a group setting, a couple classes could even introduce you to a new pregnancy pal and the chance for future play dates!

There are a variety of courses geared toward the prenatal set, from HypnoBirthing meditations to Lamaze breathing and beyond, and most hospitals have a few on offer too. You can find them by searching online or checking the bulletin board in your birthing center, and you can check your local community center calendars as well. These sessions offer a great opportunity to ask questions and remember that you have a supportive community available to connect with if you start feeling stressed.

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If you’re hoping to softly croon by the cradle as your child falls asleep but want something a little fresher than “Rock-A-Bye Baby,” you might want to check out some modern lullabies before your little one arrives. If you’re feeling creative, you can certainly write your own original tune to help your newborn nod off, but there may be a time or two where you’ll want a couple — or a recording — on standby. If you’re looking for inspiration, your local library might have some media you can check out. There are a plethora of online options too, with streaming services like Spotify and Pandora offering entire channels to ditties designed to encourage dozing. 

When you find something you like, you can either save it to a playlist, use it to find similar songs, or download it for keeps — maybe even all three! Then, it’s time to start practicing! By the middle of your pregnancy, your baby can actually sense sounds inside the womb — including your voice. In fact, by the third trimester, your baby can recognize it’s you — and you can introduce them to the tunes in utero so they’ll have some familiar sounds to soothe them once they are born. 

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Breasts can change pretty dramatically during pregnancy, and not just in size. Skin and nipple changes, as well as discharge, are common — and so is feeling a bit worried about whether or not you will be able to breastfeed. One thing that can help ease your mind is educating yourself on how you can support your breast milk production, keep your sensitive nipples from cracking, and comfortably nourish your newborn with confidence. Booking a breastfeeding-focused class can help you do just that. 

There are many online-only courses that you can access privately and instantly from the comfort of your home which can explain the basics of breastfeeding and pumping, some for less than $20. You can read reviews to find the one that is most appealing to you before you spend a single second, let alone a buck. Some recognizable names in pregnancy prep, like Lamaze International, cover everything from birth to going back to work — including guides on how to select and use pumps. If purchasing a course is out of your price range, don’t sweat it. Your hospital or birth center will likely offer a demo sometime, either by referring you to a class in the facility or walking you through the details during your prenatal care appointments.

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Once you know how to express your pre-milk, you may want to consider storing some up. La Leche League recommends practicing between Week 32 and Week 34, and then you can start storing in Week 36 once your colostrum drips easily. There are a couple good reasons to do it. If your baby is born prematurely, the staff at the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can use your stored supply to feed your baby. Otherwise, it can be a good resource if your little one struggles to latch at first, or if post-birth exhaustion affects feeding. It’s also a budget boon, as it helps you avoid needing to get formula. 

Mayo Clinic says the best way to store breast milk is in a clean, capped glass or hard plastic container that is BPA-free. Using waterproof labels and ink, you can mark the date on each container, and then place the container in a freezer. Then, when you need to use it, start with your oldest batch first. You can save yourself some time by measuring out portions of 2 to 4 ounces to fill a bottle once frozen, but remember to leave some room in your storage container for the liquid to expand as it freezes. Once frozen, the expressed milk should be good for up to a year, though using it within 6 months would be best.

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Burp towels, bottles, wipes, and so much more! There are a lot of things you’ll want to have ready to roll once your contractions start. From the first aid kit to the swaddle sack of toys, blankets, and sets of clean clothes on down to the diaper bag, there’s a lot to pack up, organize, and stow when it comes to taking a tot on the go. Preparation here can really pay off in peace of mind when your baby’s birthday comes, and make outings less of an ordeal when the time comes. 

To keep things from getting overstuffed and heavy, try to break up your bags by function. The first-aid bag, for example, can be kept in the bathroom or stroller in between excursions, and you’ll want to make sure it includes gentle saline wipes and a nasal syringe. The diaper bag might be the one you lug around most, so try to keep it simple to save your back: just diapers, a portable changing pad, rash cream, wipes, and one clean change of clothes in case of accidents. Since liquid is heavy, you may want a wide strap on your bottle bag, as well as enough room for burp cloths, wash clothes, and a backup outfit in case of spills.

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While most new phones come with an Emergency Mode that connects straight to 911 near you, there are other numbers new parents will want to have on hand too. Make sure to get your contact list updated to include the phone number for your pediatrician, your pharmacy, the local hospital, and because it’s inevitable that your baby will put a lot of things in their mouth, the local poison control center. Hopefully, you never have to use them — but this step will save you from needing to make a frantic search if disaster ever strikes. 

Along with getting your emergency phone numbers stored in your phone, consider selecting a few trusted contacts to add to your quick-call list so you don’t have to scroll to find a supportive voice in a moment of distress. Talking to your family, friends, and neighbors to build a disaster response plan will help you decide who to choose. You’ll want to know who you can turn to if, say, bad weather knocks the power out and you need to spend some time with a friend or neighbor until crews can get it repaired. You may also wish to create a physical record of these numbers just in case your phone ever breaks or is lost, and whether you write them down in a notebook or create a document that you can print and give to caretakers, having that resource at the ready can help you respond to whatever may come as effectively as possible. 

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Whether you’re laying your little one down for a diaper change or they’re learning to roll and crawl, chances are one of the first areas your baby will begin to explore is the floor. You’ll want to make sure you clear the area and remove anything that could be a swallow hazard. Then, it’s time to make sure it’s really, really clean. The amount of effort required for this project will vary based on what type of flooring you’re working with, but bringing home a new baby is a great reason to get a professional cleaning service to come get your home squeaky clean.

Since babies are big fans of sucking on their fingers and touching the things around them, this step can go a long way in preventing upset tummies and other icky issues. If you have carpet, a shampoo washing and cleaning can reach much deeper into the fibers than conventional vacuum cleaners usually do. If you have hardwood, laminate, or tile floors you usually sweep clean, you’ll want to have a deep mopping done, which involves sprinkling baking soda on your floors, and then mopping with a diluted mixture of one cup vinegar and a gallon of hot water. If you’ve got some stubborn sticky spots, a few drops of dish soap should help clear them away. If hiring a cleaner is not an option for you, a DIY will do you just fine — especially if your honey is happy to put in the elbow grease.

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