via Emergency C-Section I had this urge to start a blog. As a first time mom, who decided to give the
Antenatal classes a skip, I was feeling worry, pain, anxiety, excitement,
sadness, happiness, extreme exhaustion, devotion and so much love. There was also lots of crying
for no reason and feet swollen so badly from the c-section that the only shoes that fit was my (very warm) Ugg
boots; pair this with always feeling like you are about to overheat due to breastfeeding and you have a situation that comes very
close to Chinese water torture.
to get on paper and share with like minded people. But with a newborn in winter washing tiny
little fluffy onesies, frantically trying to control the room temperature with a
heater and breastfeeding around the clock there was just no time to sit around
and play on the internet.
7 months later and I
finally got the blog up and running. The bipolar emotions have settled down a
bit (my husband is so relieved) and I’ve caught up on some of that missing
sleep. So I guess only starting the blog now is a bit of a moo point. But I do
think I have some tips to share, stories to tell and having a place to document
my life with my boys is always a win.