3 Things I Have Learned From Being A Young Mother

 

When I found out I was pregnant it was a huge surprise for everyone, including myself.  I was 21 years old, not married, and came from a very strict traditional home.  There were a lot of tears.  Tears of fear but also of happiness to know that there was someone living inside of me!  I will soon turn 29 and now have 2 kids.  It has been a tough journey full of good and bad.  I guess when I found out I was pregnant for the first time I wasn’t really sure what to expect.

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My Mommy Shaming Experience

Some of the biggest things I have learned about being a mother is to enjoy the moments spent with my kids as much as I can and to not get angry or upset over the little things.  Of course it is still hard at times not to get angry or upset but I have been trying my best.  Little things such as getting mad over my daughter being messy or not wanting to clean up […]

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My Toddler Isn’t Saying Enough

  My son had his 18 month checkup a few weeks ago and everything went great.  Except for the part when his Pediatrician asked me how many words he was saying.  She mentioned he is supposed to be saying up to at least 8 words by now and well he is well under that.  He said about 4 or 5 then and since the visit I have put more effort into helping him so he […]

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MOMMY CONFIDENCE

My struggle to be fit is real.  I have never really worked out, honestly because I never felt I had to before.  Growing up I went through a skinny, chunky, skinny, and back to chunky phase.  Currently I am working at being fit and maintaining this fit lifestyle.  During both of my pregnancies I had the worst morning sickness ever.  I literally stayed nauseous and vomited all day long.  As a matter of fact it […]

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THE STRUGGLE TO RID MY TODDLER OF HIS BABY BOTTLE

My son is 18 months old.  I have been trying to rid him of the baby bottle since he turned 12 months.  It has been the hardest thing to do.  I’ve always heard that boys take a lot longer and are a lot harder to train or do certain things with.  I now believe that is true.  I recall that with my daughter all I did was throw away her baby bottles, I filled a […]

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