Try to make your schedule according to the baby’s day. Prepare a home office so you can work and take care of your child at the same time. Work some hours in the morning before your kid takes a nap. Take time out to put the toddler down for his or her nap and work while the baby is sleeping. Give the infant lunch and let them play while you work. On the other hand, go for a walk before or after the nap so that both of you get some fresh air. After that, stop working and make dinner. You can take small breaks in order to change diapers, kissing and cuddling with the baby.
Baby proof your workplace
Make sure you baby proof your home office. You can lay down a blanket if you want. Place a box of toys for the baby to play with. Know that the baby would prefer to play with office equipment rather than toys. Babies love to take pens out of boxes and play with them. Give the baby a trashcan of scrap paper in order to play with it so that you can work freely for at least 30 minutes.
Put some play necklaces from your file handles. Your toddler would like reaching out to them and play with these. The baby would pull, chew, shake and shout. In addition to this, place some children books on the floor for the baby to see pictures or read while you can work effectively. Also, when the baby starts talking, talk right back to him or her and both of you will love these pleasurable chats.