Motherhood Moments

5 Steps to Take Control of Your Day (& How They Positively Change Your Entire Day)

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Ivory has been around and trusted for 138 years and I’m thrilled to be writing this post. This brand is called “The Original Gentle Family Brand” and they’re definitely supporting me and my family in this post.. So, I appreciate you reading and supporting the brands that support my family. Enjoy 🙂

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How I Rediscovered my Identity After Baby

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The first few weeks of postpartum life are honestly a blur. I can remember being soaked in breastmilk, spit up, blood, or sweat. I was exhausted, in pain, and emotional. Overall, I was happy. Life was just different. I started to realize that I was never truly alone anymore. The newly placed guilt in my heart crippled me from doing the things that I once loved. My daughter was here and she was my new responsibility. This was how I felt after Baby E was born.

Fast forward 20 short months later to the birth of my second baby. Right as I was starting to feel somewhat comfortable in my role as a mother, I was forced into a completely new territory (but somewhat familiar) as a mother of two. I was back in the trenches of being emotional, overly hormonal, and exhausted. Only this time, I had an additional person who completely counted on me.

To say that I was physically and emotionally exhausted is an understatement. But here I am, y’all! 9 months later and feeling like I am steadily getting my groove back (Insert Salsa Dancer emoji here). Baby J still isn’t sleeping a full 12 hours uninterrupted. Baby E is sassier than ever. They’re both requiring a lot more attention than before. I’m still exhausted every day. Overall, I’m starting to feel a little bit more like “me”. With that being said, I want to share my “journey” in efforts to help any new mamas see that there is light at the end of the tunnel (I guess- I’m no motherhood expert, haha).

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