Motherhood, Uncategorized

Two under two

It seems so often that I am wishing away time. I can’t wait until the baby’s tooth pops through.  I can’t wait until my baby sleeps through the night. I cant wait until bedtime. Looking back, I’ve done this for as long as I can remember. In every stage of my life. Recently, however, I  have begun to feel (and recognize) just how happy I am. I am finally feeling that my life is just as beautiful as it looks on paper. Continue reading

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Motherhood

The 3 month shift

I am not a huge fan of the newborn baby phase. Sure, there are a couple of weeks right away (before the exhaustion hits) when everything feels like a dream. Immediately after Henrik was born, I felt the most intense sense of euphoria. My life felt perfect. I would look at my beautiful family and just cry because I was so happy. A large part of that was due to my postpartum hormones. Another piece may have been the painkillers prescribed to me after birth. And most certainly, I felt that way because I am incredibly lucky and blessed with my growing family. However, after the first two weeks, I stopped feeling like I was floating on air. Continue reading

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