You know that feeling when you’re walking down the street and someone stops to tell you how adorable your baby is?
Well, it’s not just strangers who are so enamored with your bundle of joy. Your partner will often forget about all of their worries and anxieties while they spend time with their new family member. It’s important to keep in mind that there are some fundamental changes happening for everyone involved in this experience, even if those changes aren’t always obvious. Here are 11 ways to communicate with your partner after birth! -Be gentle. Remember that everything is more intense now, and you will be walking on eggshells much of the time as your partner adjusts to this major change in lifestyle. You may want to take it easy with asking for help around the house or sharing household responsibilities until they settle into a new routine. *Allow them their space.* Don’t hover over them when doing activities such as dressing, bathing, or breastfeeding because it can make things feel even more awkward than before birth took place. If possible, give them some time alone so they can build up confidence about handling these tasks independently again after having been dependent for nine months straight. Let’s face it: we were all coddled during pregnancy by our partners! It