Newborn what to do ?

I'm inside the house for two months
Gave not gone out only to the doctor.
Pumping and cleaning pampers.
I'm going crazy need other mom to talk to where to I go help

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    11/18/15
    Your baby would be old enough to see some friends and family, just ask people to wash hands before they hold him. Do you have a baby carrier? Take him to the mall or a store and just walk around with him in the carrier, that will greatly minimize-if not eliminate any contact with strangers.
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      11/19/15
      Melissa Middleton
      Tabitha suggested what I was going to. It was winter time with my son, so I didn't go walking with him because it was 20 something degrees and was snowing. But, the weather is not as cold now and it depends on where you live. If it is warm enough, trying going for a short walk down the street or even around stores. It also adds a bonus for you in getting exercise and healing faster.

      We have family members next door so that helped me some (all hubby's though because mine are spread out in the western states).
      Do you have family close by?

      I got cabin fever as well because I was in doors a lot the first few months and was used to working 5 days a week. Once it warmed up, I put him in a carrier and went for short walks, which helped. I also called my relatives a lot, just to talk.

      Another thing that helped was actually this place, Moms.com. It helps a ton just to talk to other mothers, even if it isn't face to face.
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      11/19/15
      Melissa Middleton
      It gets better and you'l get used to it, I promise. He'll get a few months older and you will have a bawl playing with him.
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      11/21/15
      I felt the same way I had ppd and I would get so overwhelmed and so anxious and would cry 3-4 times a day if you can have visitors let them come over and help having a small break will do so much or even your husband. When your baby is asleep try to relax if it doesn't get better you can talk to your dr I am a mostly stay at home mom and I highly recommend this option if you can I work 2 days a week and it is such a nice break from the house but your still there for everything with your baby. Being a stay at home mom was a huge challenge for me I used to always work 2-3 jobs consistently and worked all the way up until the night before my son was born (graveyards) I put pressure on myself to do my "job" as sahm to complete everything every day cleaning, cooking, baby, I'm not sure if that's the issue for you but once you just do what you can you'll feel better
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      11/21/15
      Hang in there I've been through your pain. You know if your pumping and can get ahead for a few hours or day mama can have a drink
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        11/19/15
        Do you do any sort of crafts or anything? That helps keep me busy and gives me something to do besides housework. :) I wouldn't trade being a stay at home mom for anything, but I understand the want to just get out of the house.
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        11/19/15
        Can I ask why you are pumping if you are a stay at home mom?
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        11/20/15
        Ah ok.
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        11/20/15
        I've got 10 year old, 5 year old, 3 year old, 1 year old and one on the way. If you need any help with breastfeeding I can try, I had a rough time with my 5 year old.
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          11/21/15
          Breastfeeding was hard for my son and I also I only fed him for a month. As long as your able to do it is good enough don't feel pressured to do it if it's more of a struggle for you both. Formula is just as good
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