When we have Kids we would never do these || The Cuddle Blog
I have been following this couple even before I got pregnant. I found their videos really hilarious and this particular one resonates with me because I have started doing some things I said I won't do when we have a child. x_x
What did you say you won't do before you had kids that you do now after you've had kids?
After the euphoria of finding out we were expecting our first child faded, We were hit with the reality that comes with pregnancy. Google became my friend that stuck closer because we hadn't announced to anyone except family which meant I couldn't talk to anyone about it yet. I started dealing with all the symptoms I was having which was Nausea, irritability (I couldn't stand staying in the kitchen), tiredness, food aversion.
Thanks for visiting my blog today. I decided to share my Pregnancy diary, lessons I learnt in each of the phases and it will be in 5 parts. How we found out, 1-3 Trimester and Birth Story. I hope you enjoy it. Before we got married, we talked about having kids and our desire was to wait a couple of months before we tried, that was the agreement but God had other plans. We were not trying and we were not not trying. To be honest, I was terrified of getting pregnant because I knew the responsibility it comes with - or I thought I knew - after the first 6 months, we already had family concerned for us but we were not worried at all as we had working on ourselves and getting to know each other better to focus on. Looking back now, I am glad we had that time before we got pregnant.
You know how every month before you see your period it just feels like you're pregnant, I had those moments, I would make my husband buy me Pregnancy tests and they would all be negative and…
I could feel the excitement when I told him we were expecting our first child but it was nothing compared to the Joy he exuded when he held his Son in his arms for the first time. I saw the twinkle in his eyes "The first sign of my strength" He would say.
Why was it so special? Asides the fact that the miracle of the birth of a child is always so special, My Husband had never thought this was going to happen, He got married a little later than most people in his age group when he least expected it and about a year later found out he was going to have a baby. It was surreal which made him all the more grateful for the blessing of a beautiful boy. While I was busy thinking I wasn't quite ready to be a Mum, He was over the moon and making fun of me.
It's been 3 months!
When we got home from the hospital, Our new baby woke up every 2 hours to feed what we did was at night the would be a bottle of expressed milk and whoever woke up first would feed him. I would nurse him…