21.8.2019 01:00 pm
Transitioning from expectant mom to new mom to working mom is extreme, here are some tips to help you manage.
When you waddled out of work to start your maternity leave, you were an expectant mom. So much happens between embarking on maternity leave and returning to work. You now have a little human to take care of, and you are now a working parent.
I could not emotionally detach from my situation but I could detach myself from the process I was about to undergo.
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That first week coming home with your newborn baby brings so many emotions that it’s hard to figure out where to start. Here are a few tips to get you going…
The fight against postpartum can be life or death, the feelings are powerful and real.
I believe that there is not a lot of preparation one can go through to completely be ready for parenting. This is true for first-time parents. I got the shock of my life when I kept getting confronted by one thing after another with my daughter.
My plan to have a well planned and timed c-section with a carefully curated playlist and all and my plan to have my tiny bundle of joy in a bassinet next to my hospital bed on her first night on earth were both disseminated.
Parenthood presents us with a new reality that we have never been confronted with.We walk into a hospital as single individuals and we walk out with a plus one. We stay with the little ones for four to five months and one day we have to go back to work and this gives any parent some form of anxiety.
I felt the aches and pains and went through it all, and today I sit with the very reason for those pains and she makes it all worth it.
Attachment parenting is quite a controversy in the parenting circles and as a parent, I can understand why. I’ve learned that parenting is about instinct and mostly winging it. There is no rule book, Only a million parenting opinions.
When it all just gets too much, how do we survive? When the world around us seems to be crashing in? We can’t breathe, feel or move… How do we crawl out of that dark hole?
I saw a post on Social Media about having a cesarean that really struck a nerve with me. And I’ve been thinking about how I can discuss the issue it dealt with in a way that honours all the varied opinions on it… but I guess there is no better way than to just be HONEST! (So here goes.)