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Top things a parent can still do even with baby

The arrival of a new baby is a huge lifestyle change. Between feeding schedules, nap routines, diaper catastrophes and sleepless nights, you might feel like your life will never be the same.

But entering parenthood doesn’t mean you need to kiss goodbye to all your favourite pre-baby hobbies and activities. With some planning and a flexible mindset, it’s possible to smoothly integrate your child into your social life.

Shopping/Going Out and About

Taking your baby out and about might seem daunting, given that there’s so much more to consider: restocking the diaper bag, dressing bub in appropriate clothing for the weather, making sure it’s during an optimal time in the sleep/feed/play routine… But getting out of the house can be a sanity-saver for many parents and babies.

Even on the most hectic of sleep-deprived days, a simple walk around the block can restore your mood and stimulate your baby’s senses.


Exercise is important for optimal physical and mental health, especially for new parents. Incorporate a quick workout into your routine by doing lunges or squats during a stroller walk, or pick up the pace and do some power-walking around the local park.


If road trips or weekend jet-setting were staples of your old life, rest assured that travel is still very doable with an infant in tow. 

Britax Safe-n-Sound Unity ISOFIX features Thermo5® fabric with bamboo charcoal delivers the premium comfort your baby deserves during car trips of any length. The simple push-button harness adjuster makes for quick and easy security, so you can spend less time fiddling with straps and more time planning your next adventure.

Not only do baby capsules guarantee safety in the car, but they also let you conveniently carry your baby so you don’t need to transfer them in and out of the seat - perfect for when bub is taking an extra-long nap and you don’t want to wake them during a rest stop.

With capsules, always remember to strap bub in the correct way, check on them often, and don’t leave them for extended periods of time.