While we all strive to provide excellent care, is the stereotype of being a 'great' parenting realistic or even ideal? Sometimes we are so focussed on being a great parent that we don’t realise we might be providing a little more care than what the baby actually needs.
By six weeks (the longest six weeks of your life) you finally have some idea of your baby's behaviours - not everything feels like a complete mystery. Then suddenly, everything changes ... again! What just happened?