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10. Prepare for more clutterWhile a new baby takes up minimal space, the equipment for all of its needs can take up more room than expected. So work out where you’re going to store a pram, car seat (when it’s not in the car) and baby sling. Alternatively, do as most new parents do – stash them all in the hall and just accept the chaos for a little while. Remember, in a couple of years, they’ll all be swapped for tiny little shoes and jackets to sit alongside your own.TELL USDo you have any tips for staying calm and relaxed with a new baby? Add them to the Comments below.MOREWant a Big Family? No Problem! We’ll Help You Make Room for EveryoneSoftly, Softly: Turning Down the Volume at HomeGive Yourself More Free Time With the Help of Habits