Whose responsibility is it to wake up with the baby at night?

When you have a new baby, sleep can feel like it belonged in another life.

Often, the stay-at-home parent is relegated to the night-waking duties, as the other parent will have to be sharp for the next day at work. But is that always the case? Doesn’t a full day of parenting also require a degree of focus?

Ginny Lindsay, psychotherapist at From 2 to 3 counselling says it’s all about managing expectations. On this episode of Feed Play Love, Ginny shares her top tips on how to negotiate a happy outcome for everyone.

Listen to Ginny on Feed Play Love

Find more great stories and expert advice in the Feed Play Love podcast. Available in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen.

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