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Brit Tashjian

Motherhood?! How to Survive and Thrive After Your First Pregnancy

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The handmade booties from your great aunt, the trendy stuffed animals you picked out on a leisurely Saturday afternoon and the softer-than-anything-you’ve-ever-felt baby blanket you kept petting during your pregnancy to remind yourself this whole thing is real, are all great to have. But they’re about as useful as a hand towel in a tsunami when the first year with your first baby actually gets going. What you need is a personal strategy to batten down the hatches of your life and stock up on resources to turn that tsunami into a fun-filled day at the water park. What you need is the forecast. I’ve heard more than a few moms talk about what they wish they had known that first year. In the quest for your life to normalize, and even more than that, to reach a new level of satisfying energy and the larger-than-yourself joy that parenting promised, I suggest giving prioritized focus and gentle awareness to five key areas, enabling you to become the balanced and beautiful mother that you knew you could be as soon as you peed on that stick. I’m telling you what we all wish we could have told ourselves.
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    agarwalarpita26har citeretfor 6 år siden
    Oh honey, just go with the flow.” It was so simple, and so liberating,
    agarwalarpita26har citeretfor 6 år siden
    For me it was breastfeeding. And then it was swaddling. And then it was green diarrhea (the baby’s not mine). And then it was naps. And then it was solids. And then it was naps again. And another green poop episode. Are you getting the idea? Moms love to say,“If you have a good sleeper, then he won’t be a good eater”
    agarwalarpita26har citeretfor 6 år siden
    She gave me some soothing ointment and nipple shields and I bought a $48 nursing pillow, $42 worth of cooling gel pads, and $38 worth of organic cotton spit rags that gave me a peaceful, I’m-a-really-good-mother feeling when I used them.

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