As a new mother, Eva Amurri Martino thought a baby nurse could help her get in a groove.
But it turns out, the first-time mom just needed to follow her own instincts.
“I find that a lot of people have a lot of advice. You have to do what works for you, whether that’s co-sleeping or getting on a schedule, it has to work for your family,” the actress, 30, tells Cricket’s Circle.
“Our baby nurse got us on a schedule that was stressing me out, so we got rid of it.”
“Mom shaming drives me crazy,” she says. “Why does every mom need other moms to do things their way? New motherhood is such a vulnerable and powerful time, but it’s also really hard. Do not judge other moms on how they raise their children.”
Courtesy Eva Amurri Martino