Sleeping and my twin boys

by Aimi

Caring a new born child is a very tough task. When my twin baby boys were born really i was worried. My sleeping was affected for many months. Because when one boy is sleeping the other used to wake up. It's tough to control a baby crying.

Sound sleep in the night is very important for good health of a mother. But after delivery of babies it's hard for a mother to get good sleep.

In Asian countries nurturing of babies are always supported by mother in law or the mother. If the sisters and aunts are there in the home then it becomes bit easy for a mother to take care a baby.

At the postpartum period my mother always accompanied in taking care of my babies. We both boiled milk and fed babies in time. Keeping babies in a hygienic condition is another big task for mother, because babies wet a lot after drinking milk. Once they wet they start crying. When they feel hungry they also start crying.

To avoid the sleeplessness during the nurturing of babies it's always better to get support from the family members. Then it’s easy for a mother to get few hours of sleep.

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