A Must-Read For All Soon-To-Be Moms | I’ve been through labor + delivery four times now. With my first baby, I never thought about what I would need for my postpartum healing, which left me in a lot of pain and really overwhelmed. By number two, three, and four, I’ve come up with a list that really made the whole process a lot easier! Less mama struggles means more baby snuggles for you, mama.

When you have your first baby, and sometimes even your second, everyone wants to offer you advice and try to help you on your new journey of motherhood. The nurses help you feed and change your newborn baby, family members may offer to let you get a much needed nap, or close friends and family might cook you meals for when you come home from the hospital. But when you have your third or fourth or tenth, everyone assumes you know what you’re doing, like you got this mom thing down. But if we’re being honest, we all still don’t know what we’re doing and we’d like to cash in on that much needed nap please! Here’s my day as a stay at home mom in a nutshell.