What to expect when you bring your baby home
Coming home from hospital after childbirth can be quite the anti-climax. Consider the nine months you've been preparing for the birth of your baby, and then the dramatic way she entered the world. Jumping in the car and coming home feels a little bit run-of-the-mill. The contrast between the hospital world and your own home, which is unchanged since the earth shattering experience of childbirth, can feel both overwhelming and surreally normal. Diane Zalitis is a midwife and the Clinical Lead of Pregnancy, Birth and Baby. She explains how you can adjust to your new life at home.
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