are some things to think about as you work to figure out your juggling act.
1. Prioritize. Before you try to come up with solutions, it
is essential that you spend some time reflecting on all that you are doing.
Explore options. Take
a look at everything you are doing, the number of hours you are working, the
other responsibilities you have taken on, the demands of the house and of
course, the responsibility for your child.
3. Share the load. Men’s participation in home and family has
increased significantly in the last 20 years. It is important to look carefully
at the division of labor in your family.
4. Combine tasks. Some of your many tasks can be combined. Taking a walk with baby (and
partner?) after work will give you some time together and also a chance to
stretch and exercise.
5. Enjoy quality time. Remember also, that it is important for you to
have some family time where you are focusing simply on baby, self or partner.
Babies have their own special pace and communication system.