Tips and Tricks for moms

Being a mom is enjoyable but hard work. There are so many things to think about and take care of. Now Wafra is here to help, dedicated to sharing the best tips and tricks with mothers to make your family truly happy and healthy!

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Remember to do everything with confidence!
Remember to do everything with confidence. After all, you are the most important person and role-model in your children’s life. You are the one they look up to, aspire to be like and follow.
Spend some “me time”!
Don’t feel guilty about wanting some quality ‘me time’. Motherhood isn’t a reason to stop doing things you enjoy. Think about picking up some old hobbies or make a list of the things you would like to do.
One on one with your child!
Spend some ‘one on one’ time with your children. This will help them feel special and will strengthen the bond between you. When they grow up they will remember these special memories you created together.
Before bed!
Every night before bed, take a few minutes to tuck your children in, even if it’s just to give them a quick kiss and cuddle, read a bedtime story or sing a lullaby. These special moments will help your child feel more secure and sleep soundly through the night.
Take care of yourself!
Take care of yourself too! Being a mother can often mean dedicating most of your time to your children and forgetting yourself in the process. A child needs a healthy mother though, so make sure you eat healthy meals (and don’t forget Junior croissants as healthy snacks) and get plenty of sleep.
Value yourself!
If you have just had a baby or are a new mother you will need time to adjust. And that’s ok! It’s important to ditch any unrealistic ideas of motherhood and remember that no one is super woman or perfect. The more you value yourself, imperfections and all, the better you will feel.
Use your energy!
You have a lot of energy channeling through you now that you are a mother. Project this energy into doing something you love. Discover new interests and aspects of your personality. Always be open to new opportunities and to learning new things about yourself every day.
Get help from the family!
Get help from your family unit. Your partner, parents and close family can all help in raising your children and offer excellent insights. Reaching out to others also gives time for family members to bond with your child and allows you to take a few minutes to yourself. A win-win situation on all sides!