New Mommy Morning Routine and Checklist with a Newborn


Being a new mommy comes with many blessings and unexpected schedule changes.

What was once a no brainer now has to be planned. Everything from when to shower to sleeping changes with a newborn.

It can be overwhelming at first, but with a morning routine, you can make this an amazing new journey between you and your baby.

When we leave the hospital with our newborns and head home, we realize that nothing will be the same.

It’s a surreal feeling that happens to every new mom. You’re hit with responsibilities and having to plan even the smallest detail of your day.

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Your Morning Routine

Whether or not you’re a morning person will no longer matter when you have a newborn.

You will hear the birds chirp and the garbage collectors with your newfound sleep pattern.

But don’t worry, it’s not as dreadful as people make it seem.

It’s nice to enjoy the silence of your neighborhood while taking care of your newborn.

Your morning routine will vary depending on whether you go to work or stay home with the baby.

Either way, what is important is that you formulate a healthy morning routine that is sustainable for you and your little one.

Your Morning ChecklistIt’s important to have a new mommy morning routine and checklist to start your day.

Everything from making coffee to what you’re wearing all matters.


Here is a morning checklist that may work for you:

#1) Make coffee or tea when you wake up.

It’s important to remember that taking five minutes to enjoy a nice cup of warm coffee or tea will improve your mindset for the day.

Get yourself in a routine to take care of yourself first so you can be fully there for your little one.

#2) Prepare the formula or breast milk.

Prepare your bottles of formula or breast milk for the next few feedings especially if your partner is helping.

If you’re giving your baby formula, it’s important to check how much you have on hand every morning.

The last thing you want is to run out of formula unexpectedly, which brings us to our next point.

#3) Check your inventory.

Check your supply of diapers, wipes, clean onesies, and bottles.

Every morning make sure you have enough for the entire day and the next morning.

That ensures you’re prepared to go to the market the next day with enough to hold you over.

#4) Shower and get yourself ready for the day.

Do not go without bathing or showering.

Give yourself a moment to shower.

It’s okay to take care of yourself and showering is an act of self-love.

Once you shower, you will feel rejuvenated and more awake than if you simply went into your day.

Put on a fresh pair of clothes and do your make-up.

#5) Pick up around the house.

Many people say to sleep when the baby sleeps.

But realistically, your little one will not sleep a full night and when they nap it may not be long enough for you to feel well-rested.

You might as well stay up throughout the day and get things done around the house.

Pick up any bottles, toys on the floor, and any clothes laying around the house.

It’s important to not let your home get out of control because the physical clutter will cause mental clutter.

#6) Empty diaper bin.

The diaper bin will begin to smell if not disposed of daily.

Make it a habit to take out the diaper bin and enjoy a fresh smelling home, until your baby gives you another gift.

#7) Take a moment with your baby.

When you have a baby, you’re building a bond filled with security, comfort, and love.

Taking care of your baby’s basic needs is vital, but the emotional connection is crucial.

Take time to smile, laugh, and talk with your newborn.

#8) Plan your meals.

Plan what you want to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

You want to plan your meals ahead of time to ensure they are healthy and budget-friendly.


How to Follow Your Morning Routine


It’s easy to begin a routine and fall out of habit due to being overly tired or external factors outside of your control.

However, following a morning routine is important for your well-being and your baby.

The best way to follow your morning routine is to make it a habit.

Once you form a habit, it will become second nature and less stressful.

It’s important to remember that you are in control of what you do and don’t do in the morning.

As long your little one is fed, changed, and resting you are doing a great job.

Listen to yourself and your body.


Here are tips on how to follow your morning routine:

#1) Create a calendar and put it on your refrigerator.

This is a great way to be held accountable and to remember your basic tasks.

#2) Write a checklist the night before with a daily “To Do” list.

This will help you figure out what needs to be done in the morning.

Whether it’s to separate clothes for the wash, schedule your little one’s check-up, or defrost meat for dinner.

It’s important to write it down so you’re prepared once the morning comes.

It’s also important to write things down because, with new responsibilities and lack of a full night’s sleep, you can’t be expected to remember everything.

#3) Add reminders to your phone or post sticky notes around the house.

Sometimes no matter how much we plan, we may still forget little details.

Adding reminders to your phone or with sticky notes will give you added insurance that you won’t forget something important like taking a shower.

As a new mommy with new responsibilities, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

But once you feel more confident in who you are as a mom you will never want your life to be any different.

You will embrace the spit up, cooing, and when your baby smiles at you for the very first time.

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