Ways to Bond with your Baby

Bonding with your baby is important, and it is fun to explore all the different ways to bond with your baby, especially when this is your second or third.

Bonding with your baby is important, and it is fun to explore all the different ways to bond with your baby, especially when this is your second or third baby.

Ways to Bond with your Baby

Babies need their parents to try anything and everything they can to bond with them.

I wanted to share some ways you can bond with your baby!

 

Talk to your baby

It may seem weird, but talking to your baby is one of the best things you can do for bonding.

They get used to the sound of your voice and you have low-pressure ways to bond with your baby.

You can start talking to your baby when you’re pregnant, but you can talk to them as fresh newborns and as they continue to develop.

 

Rock your baby

I know it’s hard to want to sit down for an extended period, especially when you have several other children.

Rocking your baby is a great way to bond with him/her.

Smelling your baby’s skin and just holding them can be a powerful way to bond.

When you can’t seem to bond in any other way, rocking your baby is perfect.

Bonding with your baby is important, and it is fun to explore all the different ways to bond with your baby

Use the perfect bottle for feeding

Now that my baby is getting older, it’s time to introduce her to one of the bets bottles on the planet.

The Philips Avent Natural Bottles have become one of my favorite bottles from Avent.

Our baby has taken to these bottles easily and it’s been a great way to combine bottle feeding and breastfeeding.

Those Unique Petals offer a soft and flexible nipple, which makes feeding her a breeze.

The Philips Avent Natural Bottles are also super easy to clean, BPA free, and come in a variety of sizes to meet baby’s need.

I have found she easily latches on to the bottle because of the wide breast shaped nipple. 

These Philips Avent Natural Bottles have made bonding with baby that much easier.

 

Utilize the uGrow App

One of my favorite ways to parent my newborn is with the uGrow baby Development Tracker (app).

I can track a lot about her development and that makes me happy because I am secure with the knowledge that she is healthy.

The uGrow app is free and it offers medical-grade quality. I track when she gets hungry and how long she feeds. I also track her height and weight and I can even share this information with our doctor.

What I love about this App is that while I was pregnant and for six months after my baby arrives, uGrow sends me personalized expert advice to help me understand what is happening now and what to expect with my Baby’s development.

I love the authority behind the Avent brand because it makes trusting their advice even easier.

You can track so many different aspects of your child’s development from the last time you visited the App. 

 

“Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Philips Avent and I received Compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

 
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