What’s the ideal parenting plan for a newborn?

by James Moore Child Support Consultant
A lot can happen between the time parents conceive a child and the child is born.

Parents who are no longer together can find themselves needing to discuss a parenting plan even though they just brought their baby home from the hospital.

You'll want to account for various factors when discussing a parenting plan for your new baby, including their developmental, sleep and feeding needs.

The following tips can help you develop a parenting plan that might work for you and your little one.

How breastfeeding can complicate custody of a newborn Child psychologists often highlight how important it is for kids' development to have both parents in their lives.

Fathers or non-breastfeeding co-parents who lack confidence in their parenting skills may benefit from initially doing short visits with their child.

You might want to increase those visits, maybe taking your child to the park or your home as you grow your parenting confidence and extend your visitation time.

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