1. Ignore the myths
The most important thing to do is to stop listening to what other people tell you, especially to those parents who say their four-week-old is sleeping through the night. It's a myth. Babies and very young babies (like Enzo below) need our hugs, security and most importantly feeding in those early days.
As earth shattering as it was, there was something delightful about the twilight night feeds, in deep December, soft Christmas music was playing, the Christmas tree was twinkling and I had no other place to be than with Enzo. This was a precious time, and although I ached for uninterrupted sleep, what I didn't realise was this time was fleeting.