Rookie Moms offers great ideas for new parents

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Rookie Moms is a site from two self-proclaimed "Geeky Girls" from Berkeley, California who wanted to come up with an activity a day on their site. As they say, "Sometimes for new moms, it's hard to think (admit it, you agree) and it's just nice to be told what to do."

Part tips, part activities lots of good information to take away especially as a new mom. Like Activity #295: instead of a to-do list, write a "did list", include all the feedings and changings you've done and you'll quickly be forced to feel accomplished rather than defeated by all you didn't get to that day.

These are the same moms who brought us the Pumping Project Sarah Gilbert told us about not long ago. [Link via Cool Mom Picks]
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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