Today Emily, from The Journey of Parenthood, is talking about how it’s possible to make Babywise work with multiple children.
Emily shares five specific ways to make Babywise work when you have more than one kiddo. One of them, and a VERY important one in my opinion, is to try to create the baby’s schedule around the unchangeable aspects of your day. “Babywise isn’t about revolving your life around a schedule. It’s about creating a schedule to fit your life! Older kids often have set schedules that you can’t change. School drop-off. School pick-up. These things you have ZERO control over. When you create your baby’s schedule be sure to revolve it around those unchangeable things.” Check out Emily’s entire post here!
Here’s the myth busting schedule for this week. Be sure to check out the rest of the posts!
- Monday: Valerie at Chronicles of a Babywise Mom talking about the Myths versus Realities of Babywise.
- Tuesday: Katrina at Mama’s Organized Chaos talking about the realities of Babywise and the schedule – babywise isn’t imposing a schedule; it is learning the ideal schedule.
- Wednesday: Shea at The Moses Home will be talking about how having a schedule actually makes you flexible, not rigid, and Natasha at Let’s Be Brave is talking about how babywise is supposed to work for you; you don’t work for babywise.
- Thursday: Carrie at Wiley Adventures is talking about how Babywise and Cry It Out do (or don’t) go together, and Kimberly at Team Cartwright will be discussing how scheduled feedings do not diminish milk supply.
- Friday: Cole at Twinning Babywise will be discussing how babywise is so much more than just sleep training. Emily at The Journey of Parenthood will finish us off talking about how it’s possible and doable to implement babywise with multiple kids.