One of the toughest transitions any newbie parent will go through is the change to their evening plans. That’s when you start to feel a little itch. In those years BC (Before Children), evenings were your time to escape the humdrum of existing, to leap into the thick of the hustle and bustle to get over that bad day at work, to go out for a spontaneous meal, see friends and live a little. But for the first year AD (After Delivery) that becomes a bit tougher.
If you’re not a regular follower, you’re probably thinking “Why should I listen to you?”
Hi, I’m Marci, mom of three, and as I’m typing this, I’m feeding my three-month-old daughter.
If they don’t exclusively feed on the boob and you have a regular babysitter, then it’s no such much of an issue. But if you do, well, you need to start working out how you’ll make the most of your evenings. Sure, for the first month or so, that will be sleeping every time your baby sleeps.
But that will soon wear off and that’s when these evenings tips will become a godsend. Trust us on that.