As well as being successful, I have also failed at breastfeeding. I have given up, only to find myself returning to the task in hopes of prevailing through the stress with vigor and angst.
"I am ready to be my daughters biggest advocate and her greatest defender. "
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Before my husband and I decided to create life, become a family and grow together as a unit we never really talked about all that comes with having a child. To be fair we didn't know were to start. Parenting is something that you learn as you go. We thought it was enough to read a few baby books, work, save, sleep then repeat.
"Am I ruining my kids? Will they remember all the times 'mommy lost her cool'? How can I ever explain to them that I didn't mean to sound rushed, exhausted and irritated.... I loved them, I wanted to sound like I loved them so much more than I do...!"
Here are some of my absolute favorite "For Baby" products that I not only own and use myself but recommend to everyone, including family and friends.
I am not "brave" for choosing to stay home, I simply chose a different way to parent. My career is still happening and I'm still a productive member of society.
Here is an easy way to share some love with family living out of state!
It doesn't have to be a big thing, sometimes even the smallest of helping hands can make a great impact.
Not a self-care down there list, or a "Top 15 Things You Need For Baby!" but a simple, "Day to Day Now That You're Home." Something similar to a homeschooler's flexible lesson plans for the week. I wanted to have a visual of all the things I needed in order to be as comfortable as possible, not just for my baby, but for my own sanity.