El amor que le tengo a mi hija.
I can't believe I was going to rob myself of this happiness. The happiness of loving Lily.
A little poem I wrote for my babygirl Lily.
When I was pregnant with Lily, I knew I was going to want to go back to work and continue to breastfeed. For some reason I didn't do my research or really think that I needed anything besides a pump. I was wrong. Along the way I realized I needed a few things that I didn't even know existed! I could've definitely used this list in preparation for being a nursing-working mom. I hope it helps you out as much as it would've helped me!
Two months? Incredible. Motherhood: Trying your best, but not always succeeding. Ha Fast. Everything goes and passes by fast! The time, the growth, the pains, the discoloration. Everything I worried about in my past post like the dark spots, the flabbiness, POOF, gone! Just kidding. It's not all gone, BUT it's not where it was…
Take a peek into my personal postpartum experience where I share with you embarrassing facts and some very raw truths about life after having my Lily pad.
Being pregnant is no easy feat. My anxiety and depression were a hurdle that I had to overcome faster than I knew I could. It's hard to look at, acknowledge and learn to use silver linings when you've been pessimistic most of your life- even if you do it as a joke. But it's not impossible! Read about how I've been staying positive throughout my pregnancy, maybe a thing or two will help.