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In the spirit of maternal mental health awareness, I’m sharing what I *wish* my husband and I had done before the baby came to help with my postpartum mental health. It’s the same principle as putting the nursery together before the baby is born. Except the nursery is your brain.
I would have new moms ask me in a quavering voice how they could bed share safety, and I would reply “NEVER!!!” I’m sorry mamas. I didn’t know any better then. I’ve grown a lot since my wee first days in injury prevention. I’ve learned that a risk-reduction technique is way better for families, and it actually meets them where they are, which is usually somewhere between desperate and exhausted.