Here are delegation tips for New Mum to reduce stress, As a new mum, you’ve recently been through the emotional and exhausting experience of giving birth. you may not be able to eliminate stress or delegate all responsibilities but you can reduce the stress and be able to delegate handful of chores for you create to rest and allow your body to heal.
Friends and family members are offering to pitch in, but you’re too tired to figure out how to take advantage of their offers of extra assistance. What should you do?
Tips for New Mum – Talk to a friend who has been there:
A mom with slightly older kids will know exactly what types of help you could need right now and will have mastered the organizational tricks necessary to allow you to tap into all that volunteer energy. Provide this friend with the names and contact information for anyone who has offered to help—and give her a rough idea of each person’s skills and interests. If your friend (aka volunteer coordinator) knows that your cousin loves to cook and has offered to drop off dinner for your family one evening, she can take your cousin upon on this offer and let you know when this delicious homemade dinner will be arriving on your doorstep (so you can sit back and relax that evening).
And if your friends and family members haven’t been quite as forthcoming with offers to help as you might have hoped, your friend can make contact with a few key people, at your request, asking if they might be willing to help out with particular tasks.
Tips for New Mum – Allow people to help you
When other people drop by to help with laundry or other light housekeeping tasks, let them help. Don’t feel like you should be pitching in. They are there to ease the workload for you during the early weeks of motherhood. Caring for a baby is plenty of work. So accept the gift graciously by planting yourself on the couch and saying, “Thank you and God bless you.”
Tips for New Mum – Ask for help if you don’t get volunteers
You may have people around you who are not going to give you support as needed until you ask for help. if you have
Join an online community of Moms:
where and when the community of moms’ group is; what number you should call if you have any breastfeeding questions; and what online and real-world communities have sprung up in your area. Even if you did your own research back when you were still pregnant, you’ll likely find that your friends will turn up a few additional resources that you weren’t able to uncover on your own—and that will make life better for you and your baby. That’s the magic of the mom-to-mom grapevine!