I cant believe I forgot to tell u guys… I changed my first diaper yesterday. My hubby found a surface that I could do it from without hurting myself or the baby and he helped me change her. Changing her outfit was a bit difficult because I kept feeling like I was gonna hurt her so we were all laughing at me :) I guess I need practice lol
Reblogging from my own blog… its crazy that it was that long after she was born that I was able to change her first diaper. The complications really got in the way a lot :( I feel I missed out on a lot of first parent things.
#1 Cool washcloth. Labor, like any other athletic event, makes you sweat. A laboring mom usually gets very hot during active labor, so a cool cloth (rewetted and reapplied often) can be refreshing.
I genuinely want to try to go natural this time as long as I don’t have to have Pitocin again (I had Group B Strep and hadn’t realized my water broke so Becca was exposed). I have been researching methods for pain relief/coping for this next baby.
I loved having the cool wash cloth
I was 95lbs pre pregnancy now 4.5 months later I’m 106lbs
I don’t want to loose anymore. But when I feel physically ready I want to work out to get the abs flatten again.
Thing is… I have never worked out
Thank u everyone on ur insights on IUDs
What is the hardest thing about being a first time parent for you?