to the real side of Motherhood...
As your baby grows and changes you become so thankful for the safety and health of your little one. However, your fears change as your baby changes.
Whenever I did hear a tragic story on the news or my mom filled me in on one of her books I always thought that would never happen to us. I felt our family was invincible.
That Mama Life
I’ve had my fair share of experience with discourteous in-laws and grandparents. Disclaimer: not all are like the ones I’ve encountered but you never know anyone’s true colors until it’s “fight or flight” time.
I cut hygiene corners for myself every single day. I accept that I may smell/smell like poop; I allow varying levels of snot, drool, and tears to ooze into my clothes before I change; I go out in public with hummus hand prints on my sleeves; I never look too closely in the mirror; I am grateful for the impending hat weather...
I will shamefully admit that more than a couple times I have uttered a phrase like “hold on honey” or “not right now kiddo” as she gets up in my face, battling my phone for attention.
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