How my life has changed in a year time. From free spirited single, spontaneous girl to devoted mother and girlfriend. From a petson who avoided children to the person surrounded by them and enjoying every minute of it
🌿 NIEDZIELA 🌿
Starszak z dziadkami pojechał z samego rana na wycieczkę, więc umyłam włosy, wypiłam ciepłą kawę i nawet zjadłam obiad. 🙈
Piskle śpi od dwóch godzin, to i matkie miało trochę czasu.👌
Chcę zacząć odciągać pokarm i próbować raz na jakiś czas dawać małemu butlę zamiast cyca żeby móc wyjść chociażby na zakupy sama. Problem polega na tym, że Florek nie widzi świata poza cyckiem.🍼🍼🍼
Macie jakieś rady, jak sobie pomóc? Albo jak to u was wyglądało?
It’s been a week since I was child free (and carefree!) in a windy Hunstanton for a friends wedding. Being at the seaside without kids feels very weird - as we wandered through the arcades we kept seeing games that the kids would like to play, or rides they’d like. Watching other parents offering up 2ps and winning prizes for their little ones.
However, it was very nice to be able to walk along the seafront without shouting “get away from the edge!” and to enjoy fish and chips overlooking the sea with a pint in peace. And to actually be able to chat to my husband! Rare when you have kids interrupting you by day, and you’re working by night.
You need to read @myfruitfuljourney inspiring story of how she & her hubby welcomed a beautiful daughter after TTC for 10 years as shared on @wearerobyn
We were married on 8-8-08 and knew right away we wanted children. My husband and I quickly learned our journey would not be easy after finding out I had fibroids and that he would need a varicocele surgery to help with sperm quality.
We attempted two IUI's which were both unsuccessful, and in 2011 my husband underwent surgery in hopes of increasing our chances to conceive. After five more years of trying naturally, my doctor advised me to have an open myomectomy surgery to remove 13 fibroids. Both my husband and I had surgery and still did not conceive naturally, so we decided to move on to IVF in 2017.
Our first IVF cycle yielded two embryos and we transferred both, but unfortunately the transfer was unsuccessful. Our loss came a few months after the loss of my mother, who passed away just one week before we began our first IVF cycle.
We went on to a 2nd IVF cycle a few months later and we were so excited to see our first ever positive pregnancy test! This journey can be so unfair and isolating, constantly wondering "Will it ever be my turn?" Even on my darkest days I am so glad we never gave up! We are currently expecting a baby girl in January 2019 after 10 years of disappointment, heartache and delays and we couldn't be more thrilled! -
Começar o dia com essa imagem me dá todo o incentivo que preciso para iniciar um domingo que não será decdescanso... acho que toda mãe gosta de fotografar os filhos dormindo de vez em quando. A gente só contempla e agradece por esse sono tranquilo e revitalizante. Fico pensando nesse milagre que é a vida e o quanto perdi deixado com que me colocassem pra baixo e perdi tempo precioso com lamentações. Bom dia! Gratidão! Que seus sonhos sejam sempre felizes ❤🙏 #mypreciousnicholas#motherhood#sunday#truelove#nicedreams
♡𝕐𝕠𝕦 𝔸𝕣𝕖 𝔸𝕞𝕒𝕫𝕚𝕟𝕘♡
🧵I have a busy morning ahead finishing up a couple of orders and then will be out of the office this afternoon.
I hope everyone has an excellent Sunday no matter how you decide to spend it 💜
1 13 minutes ago
“Isn’t it shameful how they put focus on what pregnancy did to her body, instead of what her beautiful body just did.” I still get comments like “you look pretty good for having a baby 8 months ago.” The last 4 years of navigating pregnancy/post partum world & helping other women has taught me more than anything that what women really need to know is that they are doing great now. They look amazing & are strong no matter how their pregnancy & post partum experience is going. A healthy relationship with food & your body never comes from negative self image. & lets be real these sweet babies are worth every hair lost, every sleepless night & amount of loose skin. & to every woman going through miscarriage or a difficult season of infertility you are a rock star. Suffering produces perseverance & your struggle matters. Your story matters.
Mi expresión facial menos favorita en ella ☹️ Se dice que la tristeza es la emoción más difícil de fingir (que no de disimular) en las personas adultas. En cambio a los niños /as se les suele dar bastante mejor (dato de interés 😜)
Foto de @photos_rubenbernardez
1 16 minutes ago
Gives me the chills, a baby in his father's hands and care.
The best bits don’t make it to these squares. Like my boy. When he cups my almost asleep face in his tiny hands and scans my eyes to check if I’m ok. He’s not even two and he does it because he’s human and at our core we care for one another.
His warm breath on my ear as I pull him close at bedtime. How he strokes my eyelid with his thumb while he’s falling asleep. And when he doesn’t want to share the honey sandwiches but will go and find her to offer her the last piece.
We all have something to give. Even the smallest child. Someone who can’t even form words yet has some truth to share with the world.
When I hold my little boy in my arms I feel like I am holding the secrets of the universe right there. Like it’s all there in him. Nothing else matters in that moment. He gave me that gift.
So if someone asked me what the secret to a full and happy life would be I would say go smaller. Like zoom in on what’s already there. Breathe it deeper. Seek its magic. I swear if you find it you will know you did. And it will take your breath away. 💕
What’s your truth? #365ordinarybeautiful
2 57 minutes ago
It’s Almost Back to School Season and First time Drop Offs for other Moms, and the Kindergarten Syndrome period is upon us! 😩😭 -
If you ever wondered what question ❓❔to ask when trying to decide which pre school to enroll your little human, @projectbaby_ng put up a nice batch of questions 👌🏻 -
Peep Number 5 of Classroom & Staff questions?? YUP ..... a very essential criteria 🙌🏻 -
So proud of many things in my life but nothing beats being a mumma. The love and bond they already share makes me so proud no body will ever know the strength of love I have for them after all they are the only ones who know what my heart sounds like from the inside. Love my minis so much ♡⋒ #our_everyday_moments#mumlife#siblings#letthembelittle
19 1071 hour ago
Since I didn't have a working camera, I wasn't able to show yall her cool toys!! The unicorn you can walk with a leash haha she loves playing with Abu's Kong leash and I knew she just HAD to have her own. & the cleaning cart was a great find. She loves messing with brooms and mops. That little cart comes with everything!!! Cleaning spray, cloth for the mop, vacuum, detergent, bucket, duster etc.... all the cleaning necessities she would ever need kid friendly 🥰 her first Barbie lol another bubble machine and other goodies.
“I’ve done both.
Both are equally important.
Both hold value and purpose.
Both are good work.
Being a working mom is hard. Long days driven by passions and dreams. Coming home to your babes and #momguilt for missing all the things.
Being a stay at home mom is hard. Long days with little ones who require all your time and energy. Feeling lonely and a lack of purpose.
But know this. Neither mom is more important than the other. Neither job is more important and neither one of them love their kids more than the other. We are all just trying to survive and raise good humans.” — Savannah W. // @thewild_woodlife
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75 4,4789 hours ago
Each pregnancy, towards the end, I get those feels like my heart isn’t going to be big enough to love another little person as much as these babes. Luckily I know from the past that somehow it manages to grow beyond what you’d ever imagine possible! ✨ It still blows my mind that we created these beauties & soon 3 will become 4! #blessed#somuchlove#mybabies