Adding a new baby to the family is an exciting time, especially as you’ve done it all the first time around. Knowing to expect sleepless nights and multiple nappy changes are simple, but it can also feel like a daunting prospect when you begin to think about the other small people in your life.
With worries about the changes to the daily dynamic of the family, and fears of how prospective siblings are going to take the new arrival, preparation for a second baby is less about the technicalities of pregnancy, and more about preparing the family.
So, as Prince George and Princess Charlotte welcome a baby brother, we’ve shared our tips for preparing siblings for that new baby to ensure there’s a warm and fuzzy feeling for everyone.
Traditions serve an important role in helping us to cherish those special moments for years to come. After all, babies are not little for long, and before you know it you’ll passing around their baby pictures at their 18th birthday party wondering where all the time went.
Just like the passing of seasons, traditions surrounding the arrival of a new baby change with time. Where once there was Christenings, now there are naming ceremonies, and where once men were not allowed in the delivery room, now partners can be there to witness and support the miracle of childbirth.
Therefore, to help you find a tradition that you can look back on with joy, we’ve rounded up five new baby traditions that you can adopt to help you make memories.
Babymoons have become increasingly popular as new parents jet-away before sleepless nights and nappy changes commence. So if you’ve just found out that you’re expecting, now is the time to book that trip away, as traveling during the 3-6 month period is the safest and when you’ll be at your most comfortable.
Sign-up to our newsletter today and keep up to date with our latest promotions and events