11 ways to survive the first three months with a newborn

tired parents and baby in bed

Newborns are amazing. They smell delicious; they look like angels when they sleep; and they give the best cuddles in the world. But, let’s face it, newborns can be hard work. Most newborns follow their own rules, regardless of what the books you’ve read tell you. Here is our tongue-in-cheek guide to surviving the first three months with a newborn – good luck!

1. Make a to-do list

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Make a list of various chores and activities you'd like to accomplish in the first three months. Add movies you'd like to watch, people to visit, books to read. Take the list and burn it.

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