You’ve made it through the first month of parenting a newborn, and hopefully you’re starting to feel a little more comfortable in your role. It’s also the 5 week mark that your baby will start to develop better sight, touch, and hearing, so it’s full of special moments.
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Want to know what to expect from your baby’s sleep at 5 weeks? Check out our baby sleep guide.
So, your baby is now five weeks old, and is doing more and more each week, and growing rapidly now too! In this video, Charlie is going to take you through what to expect with a 5 week old baby, including 5 week old baby milestones, such as introducing baby playtime, such as t...
4 week update – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_BQmvnoeWc
2 & 3 week update – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijEo-hKAF6A...
A little Logan update – Logan at five (and a half) weeks old! 🙂 Read more and see lots of pictures at: http://www.bump-to-baby.com/2015/08/logan-at-one-month-old.html
As always – a ...
It’s been a seriously tough couple weeks so apologies for bunching the 5 and 6 week updates together. I couldn’t face filming last week...
Whats happened this week – sorry its up late!
Although no two babies are the same, a lot of mothers notice that it’s around 5 weeks old that their baby starts to sleep a little longer, and it’s often considered a good time to start thinking about getting your baby settled into a routine, if you’ve struggled so far. It’s important to note, though, that some babies never quite get into a stable routine, so don’t put too much pressure on yourself to get them perfectly structured!