How Many Days Does It Take New Moms To Actually Feel Like A Mom?

Being a new mom is an amazing gift and experience but there's usually a lot going on and it's easy to get overwhelmed and think, "I'll NEVER get the hang of this!" 

We've got great news for those who can relate (honestly, who can't?). 

One bit of the great news is that you are not alone! A study with 2,000 mothers showed that at least 53% of them felt like they spent a lot of time worrying and nervous about their task at hand.

Another interesting fact that might strike you as a bit of great news is that the average time it takes for new mothers to feel like they've found their footing is 3 months and 13 days.

Here are some of the important milestones in mastering parenting.

Top 10 Milestones Of Mastering ParenthoodBeing in a good routine

Knowing what to do when baby is crying

Knowing the difference between baby’s different cries and sounds

Able to change a diaper quickly

Always leaving the house with formula/food/snacks for the baby

Not getting so frustrated by baby’s crying

Always leaving the house with a spare change of clothes for the baby

Not worrying about having to deal with baby in public

Not panicking when child was under the weather or had a bad temperature

 When baby was able to sleep through the night

You can read more about the study here.

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