Kristin Cavallari Shares Her Advice For New Moms

Many new moms find the first few weeks of parenthood difficult, but reality star Kristin Cavallari says that for her motherhood has felt “very natural” from the start. The 25-year-old recently talked to Parenting magazine about breastfeeding, sleep-deprivation and of course her beautiful baby boy Camden.

On adjusting to motherhood: “I set myself up for postpartum to be incredibly difficult and thought I would be walking around like a zombie. I actually had this adrenaline the first few weeks, which made me not need much sleep. Every time I tried to nap during the day I wasn’t able to. I was surprisingly calm regarding the baby. I was expecting to be a little more neurotic and worrisome. There were difficult times, but overall I was calm and happy. It all felt very natural to me.”

On breastfeeding: “I know how difficult nursing can be so I got very lucky with Camden because he latched on right away. I took a breastfeeding class that was incredibly helpful, though. I also talked to friends and family and asked a ton of questions. I’d say the more info you know, the better.”

On her advice for sleep-deprived new moms: “You just have to go into it knowing you won’t be getting much sleep and there will be hard times, but try to get help from family and friends. Don’t plan on doing anything else those first few weeks. But it’s all worth it. When you get that first smile from your baby, your heart will melt and you’ll say that you would do it all again.”

Read more of Kristin’s interview at

What do you think?

0 points
Upvote Downvote

Total votes: 0

Upvotes: 0

Upvotes percentage: 0.000000%

Downvotes: 0

Downvotes percentage: 0.000000%


Leave a Reply
  1. Apparently Kristin Cavallari has all the answers to everything. If I ever meet her I’m going to ask her to explain the mysteries of the universe to me.

  2. I don’t know why everyone is so mean towards her. Yes I think her voice sounds like nails on a chalkboard, but she is just trying to let people know her experience…like every other mother out there! Why is this such a sore subject to people?!

  3. I can’t stand moms (especially celebrities) who have one baby and a few weeks after he/she is born they act like they are experts on motherhood and babies.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Brandon Routh: “Leo Is Growing So Fast”

Christina Aguilera: “I Embrace My Body”