Clip On Cribs?
This is neat! After having two babies by cesarean, I can tell you that this would have come in handy at the hospital!
With both girls, I was encouraged to not pick the baby up. I had to rely on other people (mainly my husband and nurses) to hand them to me.
With my first baby in the hospital, I remember not wanting to be a bother. Imagine for a moment that it's sometime between 1 and 3 in the morning at the hospital during the first night after we had the baby. My poor husband is exhausted, sleeping soundly on the couch - much deserved since we just finished 30 hours of labor, a csection, and a long day of visitors. Cue baby crying.
I completely forget that the nurse is partially here to help me, and decide that I don't want to bother her. If she happens to come into the room - that's fine. But otherwise, there's no reason why Dan and I can't handle a crying baby, right? Dan isn't responding to my loud whispers of his name. I look for something to throw at him. A pen. A small notebook. My waterbottle. A pillow. Nothing is working. He is out. So ... like any good mother, I pull her bassinet to me and I lift her out, as painful as it is. Finally, I can feed her and she's happy.
I really could have used one of these in the hospital!
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Andrea photographs "Bellies, Births & Babies", specializing in birth photography in the Michiana area, on the border of Michigan and Indiana. Join her as she recounts the stories of babies and their families in our area.
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