So. . . when's the last time you two went out. . . on a date. . . without baby? Not so long ago, you were blissfully in love, able to head out for a night on the town whenever you wanted. And now? Leaving the house together (especially without your little one) can feel overwhelming. But, we promise, it's worth it. New parenthood taxes a relationship, which is all the more reason to take intentional time to bond as a couple. Bonus points if you can avoid talking about how cute your baby is the whole time, since you already know the answer = super cute.
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Baby this week: Your baby is starting to develop object permanence, the knowledge that objects (like mama) exist even when out of view. Try this: embrace baby's emerging skill with games like Guess Which Hand (yep, it's exactly what it sounds like), Hide-and-Seek with toys, and Peek-a-Boo books.