⭒ TANIA. @misstma
Watching our babies develop and turn into their own little independent personalities. Such a joy and privilege to see them grow ❤
The balancing act of everything! There’s not enough hours in a day. I also found Postpartum difficult. With my first born, I had PND and that was a very difficult time for me to navigate. With my second I had much better support system which helped immensely. Putting it out there that PND is more common than you think. Talk to someone you trust about it, google it, you’ll find some have similar experiences, you are not alone. It does not define you as a mother.
𝐒𝐞𝐥𝐟 𝐜𝐚𝐫𝐞 🏖
Ensure I get to the gym (CrossFit) to release those endorphins. It clears my head and makes me feel good. And I when I feel good, I’m a better mum, wife, person 😊 I also make it point to spend time with my husband, we don’t have to go out to a fancy place – just making sure we are available for each other is important.
Go with it and trust gut and instincts. Accept help from those you trust and respect you. You can also say no to help, that you think won’t be helpful. Unfortunately, not all help can be helpful. Good to differentiate this.
Enjoy those newborn cuddles, you got this mumma ❤
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Though similar in many aspects, we acknowledge and respect that each woman’s motherhood journey is unique and different🌻