[ultimate_heading main_heading=”Table of Contents” spacer=”line_with_icon” spacer_position=”bottom” line_height=”1″ line_color=”#7e9f98″ icon=”Defaults-heart” icon_size=”32″ icon_color=”#7e9f98″ margin_design_tab_text=””]From daily baby care to common parenting concerns – we’ve got you completely covered![/ultimate_heading]


1. Welcome!

  • Watch a quick intro from our producer.

2. Baby Gear

So much to buy, so little space. Not to worry – you actually need a lot less than most “must have” lists would have you believe.

  • Nursery
  • Diaper Supplies
  • Breastfeeding
  • Clothing
  • Grooming
  • Car Seat
  • Miscellaneous

3. Getting Home

You did it! You made it through delivery and are ready to head home. Now what?

  • Seat Installation
  • Securing Baby
  • Greeting Pets
  • First Day Home

4. Early Weeks

Yes, the first weeks home are amazing. And challenging. And full of surprises. Learning what to expect is the most important step in reducing the anxiety and making the most of this precious time.

  • What to Expect
  • Creating Routine
  • Nighttime Parenting
  • Baby Blues
  • Bonding With Baby

5. Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can at times be more challenging that most of us expect. Learn how you can prepare in advance and avoid common mistakes that lead to pain and low milk supply.

  • Benefits
  • Common Setbacks
  • Proper Latch
  • Positions
  • Signs of Fullness
  • Hunger Signs
  • Milk Supply
  • Engorgement
  • Nipple pain
  • Burping
  • Manual Expression
  • Pumping
  • Storing Milk
  • Warming Bottle
  • Plugged Ducts
  • Coffee & Alcohol
  • Nursing in Public

6. Formula Feeding

We’ll share feeding and time-saving tips and address societal pressures on those who aren’t breastfeeding.

  • Formula Types
  • Preparation
  • Planning Ahead
  • Correct Bottle Feeding
  • Mixed Emotions

7. Diapering & Bathing

The most important part about dealing with a messy baby? Keep your sense of humor! We’ll share a few tricks that make this part of parenting a breeze.

  • Pee, Poo, & Spit Ups
  • Changing Diaper
  • Cloth Diapering
  • Surviving Blowouts
  • Cutting nails
  • Sponge Bath
  • Tub Bath


8. Reducing Crying

Babies cry – there is no way around it. However, there are many effective techniques that greatly reduce the amount of time they cry.

  • Why Babies Cry
  • Swaddling
  • Rocking
  • Shushing
  • Pacifier
  • Colic

9. Health & CPR

Learn which common health concerns you will likely encounter with your newborn. While our CPR demonstration is not a complete course, it will give you an idea on what to do if your baby is chocking or becomes unconscious.

  • Diaper Rash
  • Cradle Cap
  • Baby Acne
  • Diarrhea/Constipation
  • Gassiness
  • Colds & Fever
  • Basic CPR

10. Sleep Routine

Many babies sleep whenever and wherever… until they are 3 months old! That’s when consistent routine and timing are critical.

  • Why Sleep is Important
  • Room Environment
  • Early Bedtime
  • Timing Naps
  • Sleepy Cues
  • Setting Routine
  • Length of Naps
  • Avoiding Crutches
  • Night Time
  • Sleep Training Methods

11. Fun Activities

Babies are a lot of work. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun too!

  • Getting Outside
  • Mothers’ Groups
  • Talking to Baby
  • Singing & Music
  • Tummy Time
  • Other Ideas

12. Out and About

Having a baby doesn’t mean staying home! Get yourself packed and go on exploring. You may see the world very differently now that you’re a parent…

  • Packing Diaper Bag
  • Feeding On The Go
  • Changing On The Go
  • Air travel

13. Finding Childcare

The idea of leaving your precious baby with a stranger can be a major source of stress. With proper research and preparation, you will have the confidence in knowing that your little one is in good hands.

  • Choosing Care
  • Nanny
  • Daycare
  • Advance Preparation
  • Pumping at Work
  • Emotional Challenges

14. Adjusting to Parenthood

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