Here are a few of the tricks I have learned while trying to unpack my new house with a baby at my feet.
Momma’s come into their roles in a number of ways, but the power of your hip remains a consistent thing in all Momma Bears. If you birthed your child, your hips changed and grew to allow the baby to come into the world. Your body knew to make space, so it did. But once the baby is here, we are all the same no matter our journey.
While I didn’t personally experience PPD, someone very close to me did. I get so tired of it still being a hush hush topic to pregnant women. When I was pregnant with Baby Bear, it was almost as if I wasn’t allowed to ask about it until after I had my baby. Just like my entire journey as a Momma, I think people should be allowing to talk about these types of things. So I asked a fellow Momma Bear about her experience with PPD and here is what she said:
Here are the list of the things I have found to help me while moving when I have a baby.
Becoming a mom is without question the best thing I have ever done in my life. I have an exceptional husband who I love and adore, and becoming a parent along side him is such a blessing. With that, I had to change. I shifted from being just me – to a Mom. I have…