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Embracing Motherhood: A Tale of Love, Sacrifice, and Growth

Updated: Mar 7

      The young beautiful, maiden meets the man of her dreams. They go out on that first date then another, and another. They spend most of their free time together. They are so madly in love with each other. When she least expects it. He proposes to her.

     She plans the wedding of a lifetime. The big day arrives. She is queen for a day. In this blog post you’ll learn about pregnancy which is the very thing that defines the stage of the mother or second stage chick.

     The young couple are enjoying their honeymoon in a romantic location. Several months later the maiden goes to the doctor which reveal she’s pregnant. During the first few months of pregnancy her hormones are active she goes through mood swings, she might get headaches, her breasts are tender, and she might have crying fits. Hopefully her husband is supportive and loving.      Her body undergoes remarkable changes to nurture and bring forth new life. The birth experience can be both exhilarating and challenging. Motherhood is a transformative and beautiful stage in a woman’s life. It comes with immense joy, love, and responsibility. It can also be a scary time for some women. She’s no longer the carefree maiden. A new life will be dependent on her for food, love, and warmth, support, and guidance.

     Being a new mom is rewarding but demanding. Taking care of yourself is crucial for your sanity and your ability to care for your family. Here are some tips for the new mother.

1. Delegate and Ask for Help. It’s okay that you can’t do everything and okay to ask for help from family, friends, and hired services. Accept help when offered if it allows you to focus on self-care.

2. Stay Organized use a planner or calendar or task list to manage appointments and family tasks.

3. Try and eat healthy balanced meals. Get plenty of daily activity.  Stay hydrated by getting plenty fluids.

4. Schedule me time and make sure you protect this time. It’s so good for your wellbeing.

5. Be Realistic and Purposeful with small attainable expectations. 10 minutes for a day for deep breathing or meditation can make a difference. Please keep this in mind,

You must take care of yourself first before you can take care of others.

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