When Covid first hit, I took it pretty seriously. I went grocery shopping with one of my best friends, and we got loads of groceries. I didn’t go overboard with the toilet paper, but we did go to Sams to pick up some, which lasted both of us a long while. Covid did put aContinue reading “The covid at home experience”
So more of a suffer-in-silence type of thing that we should not feel ashamed of, but many of us do. It’s called postpartum depression or PPD.
By not being able to go anywhere during the pandemic, I try to think of ways to keep my daughter entertained. I try to do at least one thing a month to make her time cooped up in the house moments to remember for a lifetime. I tried to think about what is something thatContinue reading “Blues Clues”
I am going to start off by saying that I did not want to go back to work. I could not understand how America has a 6-week paid maternity leave. I feel like it’s too short then if you decide to do bonding (which is what I did) you have to ask for another 6-weeksContinue reading “Back to work!”
When I first had my baby for some reason, I did not want to hold her. To be honest I truly believed that I had postpartum depression (click the link to see if you have the symptoms new mamas) and fully intended to get help. Anytime that someone would come in the room I wouldContinue reading “Unconditional Love”