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@Anonymous Hi, Congratulations! Due to lack of sleep and all the tiredness due to childbirth, it's natural to feel tired and little irritated especially if you don't have enough help. First 3-5 months are meant for recovering and bonding with the baby. Make sure you eat well, sleep whenever possible, and enjoy your baby. These days fly very fast! If you have been diagnosed with post partum depression, then, probably the doc must have spoken about care and treatment. Please follow through and wish you a speedy recovery. Daily schedule does change so much with a newborn in the house and you will feel fluctuations in energy level. It's Ok to take a bath when you feel like during the day. It's just a temporary phase. Once you get your full 7-8 sleep through the night and your energy back, everything will change. Make sure somebody helps you during the day with chores, cooking, and other help that you might need. All the Best!