WHAT MOMS DON’T TALK ABOUT
“Birth is the sudden opening of a window, through which you look out upon a stupendous prospect. For what has happened? A miracle. You have exchanged nothing for the possibility of everything.”
~ William Macneile Dixon
WHAT MOMS DON’T TALK ABOUT ENOUGH / WHAT I WISH PEOPLE HAD REALLY TOLD ME BEFORE BECOMING A MOM
- The first six weeks of a baby’s life are hard. Not just a little hard, a lot hard.
- You will cry a lot. And then you will feel bad for crying.
- Everyone will have an opinion of your parenting style and decisions.
- There are way too many blogs and opinions out there – don’t get bogged down by them
- Living in fear is the best way to be a watered down momma
WHAT WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT MORE … NO, NOT JUST TALK ABOUT, CELEBRATE:
- We need to celebrate our mom-bods [Story about my C-section scar]
- We need to celebrate one another more.
- We need to celebrate camaraderie (trust one another with emotions, with fears, with our exhaustion, etc.)
- We need to celebrate the help of others (accept help and refuse to pretend that you have it all together / are juggling it all)
- We need to celebrate ourselves are ourselves – not just as moms (stay engaged in a hobby completely separate from our children)
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