Becoming a parent is the most life-changing thing that will ever happen to you. Living with sleepless nights and stressful days with a crying baby or toddler tantrums tests you to the limit, no matter how much you love your child. 🙁
Childcare draws on every emotion you possess and leaves you not knowing who you really are, sometimes not even liking yourself and often resenting work tasks or worse still, your partner/child. As a high achiever, you’ll be looking to increase your productivity, eager to put on your proud parent badge and stay smiling as your child sleeps soundly, allowing you to enjoy calm relaxing days.
What steps do you take to ensure you stay ahead and alert at work? If you could do with a review let’s arrange a strategy session to see if you are ready to embrace the ‘Chaos to Calm’ System TM.
Like anything, the more knowledge you have, the better you are at completing jobs and keeping your family and friends happy. As a new parent, you need to be a jack of all trades and naturally, your baby will be your number one focus, on top of this you will need to squeeze in some time for yourself too.
Anyone can look after and feed a baby, when you have been up all night though and your partner is away on a business trip, life can feel lonely. It’s particularly tough if you are doing everything on your own when the baby’s crying continues, you contemplate how you will push on through another day.
Have you considered how sportsmen do well or business grows fast? It’s not just down to hard work it’s about knowing the right techniques, making adjustments when things are not falling in to place and that is where a mentor can pull you up, support and reassure you particularly when dealing with new situations.
Get in touch now if you would like to revive yourself and be a consciously aware, playful parent before Christmas or why not book ahead to secure a relaxed start if you are expecting your first baby in 2020?
To grab a baby & child sleep tip sheet or book a complimentary Sleep & Parenting Boost session DM me firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below and I’ll be in touch.