• Take some personal time to refuel  your energy
  • Do something nice for yourself such as exercise, have a massage or walk with a fried; when you recognize and meet some of your own needs - your children benefit too!
  • Leave your baby with a caregiver you trust
  • Help your caregiver know your baby’s schedule, regular routine, and favorite activities
  • After being away from you bay, find out about your babies activities and routine with her caregiver
  • Support your baby’s caregiver with appreciation for his or her thoughtful efforts with my baby
  • Encourage my baby’s special relationship with my caregiver- remember this is a healthy sign and will not diminish my special bond with my baby
  • Encourage my bab’y relationship with family relatives and friends by sharing my baby’s developmental milestones and special interests via phone, e-mail or texting; eben though they may not live nearby they can still be involved in my baby’s life
  • Keep a log of the fun moments to share with friends
  • Join with other parents to share parenting ideas, experiences and frustrations.
  • Keep Life Simple

See also - 9 Things I Learned About Women From Being In Moms’ Groups