If you’re anything like me, before buying or trying anything you go straight to the reviews to see if it’s worth it. I mean, I won’t even eat a meal somewhere before my fellow Yelpers confirm that it’s delicious. Ever since I had Micah, I noticed how much time I spend either reading about the things I use with you or talking to other moms about what worked and didn’t work for them. Not only does this save money [babies are very expensive], but it cultivates peace of mind.
Although this isn’t the most popular topic, ever since I had my baby, I heard more and more women talk about their experiences and how it affected them post-baby. I know this sounds crazy… but I honestly thought that only the women who dealt with depression prior to getting pregnant could experience postpartum depression. Man… was I wrong.
For the amount of times that I’ve told this story, you’d think I’d be sick of it by now. But, I love reminiscing about the story behind how I brought my little honey into the world. God really showed out when He designed women… we’re extraordinary beings. I have always been nervous about childbirth, and once I was two weeks away from my due date, the anxiety kicked in.
Baby boy is three months! I still can’t believe I’m a mom sometimes… let alone his mom. He’s such a special kid who seems to make everyone fall in love the minute they meet him and I get to have him all to myself! Well, myself and his daddy, but I’m his favorite lol. If you follow me on Instagram and watch my stories on any given day, you’ll notice how obsessed I am with my kid.