Are you giving birth to a baby boy? Congratulations. I am so excited for you! This article will help you bond with your sweet baby boy and prepare to work together and trust each other in labor.
A few months ago, I put together a resource of 100+ of the most powerful birth affirmations. A client of mine reached out and said to me, I love these, but I want something to help me connect with MY child, my BABY BOY..
And she was right, birth affirmations for your baby boy can feel much more personal and help you in a way that more general birth affirmations cannot.
I hope these birth affirmations for baby boy help you bond to that strong, handsome little guy you are bringing to the world. Enjoy.
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How can Birth Affirmations For Your Baby Boy Help Your Birth
Before I jump into affirmations for you and your boy, I want to share with you an observation I’ve had as I’ve attended over 50+ births. Yes, there are some things that make some births harder than others. You can read about those in my free ebook, The 11 Worst Things About Labor.
But, in many births, the body simply does what the mind directs.
For example, when moms are focused on how hard they expect labor to be, and have a high expectation of pain, their births are usually longer and more painful.
When moms are focused on how each contraction is bringing their baby to them… their birth is usually swifter.
Having a strong bond with your baby, and recognizing that you are working together, and everything that is happening is happening to bring you together, in a concrete and real way, makes contractions more effective.
Birth Affirmations For Baby Boy
Enjoy these affirmations just for you and your baby boy.
“Birth is the ultimate gift of love”
“My baby boy and I work together already. “
“To be a mother of a son is one of the most important things you can do to change the world.”
“Our adventure is just beginning.”
“I love you already.”
“We will do this together.”
“I trust you know when to come and your birth will be at the perfect time.”
“The love between a mom and her boy is unbreakable.”
“How wonderful life is now that you’re in this world.”
“The pain of a few hours brings a joy that will last a lifetime.”
“Sweet boy, you are more than we ever expected and better than we imagined.”
“Dear baby boy, you will soon be in my arms.”
“No matter how bad the day has been, it only takes one kick to make everything feel alright.”
“This may be hard, but we can do it together.”
“A baby boy arrives and just like that everything changes. The world gets bigger, hearts grow fuller, and life means more because he’s in it. ”
Bonding With Your Baby Boy While You Are Still Pregnant
Did you know that by 18 weeks of pregnancy your baby boy can hear your voice? Taking just a few minutes to sing to, talk to or share affirmations such as these is an amazing way to bond with your baby. It can also take a significant amount of stress off of you.
Your baby’s attachment to you and their brain development can begin even while they are still in your womb. While there are many studies on this, my favorite place to dig deeper into this is in Dr. Gabor Mate’s teachings. You can find an amazing video here if you want to know how powerful your soothing words can be to your child’s development.
Birth Affirmations For Your Baby Boy Summary
I hope these birth affirmations for you and your boy bring you some joy, some courage, and most of all, help you deepen your bond with your baby. Have an amazing birth mama!
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""I confided in Suzzie that I struggle with anxiety and a lot of self doubt. To be honest, I just wasn't sure I was cut out to do birth. After a conversation with her, I realized that the process of overcoming these doubts and fears was going to be an amazing gift. She gave me confidence to start working towards the birth I wanted. I went into birth feeling safe and ready. And I had a great experience. I'm glad I had the courage to start. That was the hardest part." - Olivia-Grace , a mom who took the first step and kept on going