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Mama ne Dada abr3! (Translates to: Mama and Dada are tired!)

Mama ne Dada abr3! (Translates to: Mama and Dada are tired!)
Let’s cut to the chase- being a parent is hard work. Very hard work. To all the parents doing their best, we see you and salute you.
We did not expect to be in this constant state of exhaustion, indescribable joy, anxiety and hope that comes with being a parent but we would absolutely not trade it for the world, we love being parents. Over the past year of balancing parenthood, our full time jobs and running Gärden, we have seen and felt tiredness that cannot be put into words but we have developed hacks that seem (at least for now) to be working for us. 
One such hack is being thoughtful about our source of energy as we need the right energy source to keep going throughout the day, especially after getting three, maybe four hours of sleep. Before and shortly after our son was born, we would drink coffee and we would almost always have crashes, headaches and gut issues but we chalked it up to “it is what it is.” After Solomon was born and we realized just how much we need to keep our energy to achieve all the things we wanted to do, we realized we needed to do something about this. Super Brew was born to fill the need for a delicious caffeine free and energy boosting drink, and oh boy do we drink this daily. 
Another hack we’ve developed is sharing the load. We take turns with being “on call” with Solomon during the night, which means that whomever is on call feeds him, holds him if needed and ensures he’s comfortable throughout the night. We’ve been doing this with him since he was born, even when he was breastfed, by giving him bottle formula at night and breastmilk during the day. This has been a tremendous help to us, by ensuring each parent gets a night off every other night to get a few more hours of sleep. 
These are just a few ways we’re figuring out how to thrive as parents and we hope they can help you too. Share with us, what tips or hacks have you developed as parents? We’d love to hear from you!
Brew on,
Dominique x Susan