Truths My Baby Taught Me in a Year

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I thought I knew what I was getting into when I became a mom. I felt pretty prepared because I have always had kids in my home. I have fostered children and I have watched and loved kids as my own for years. I was not ready for the realism of being a full time parent of two.

Let me share with you 9 truths I have learned from my baby’s first year. I will for warn you that some of the things I learnt has completely changed who I am as a person, wife and a mom. Somethings I thought I would not survive. OK enough chatting....
My suggestion to you is to grab a cup of your favorite beverage. Find a comfy place and read 9 Truths I learned Baby's First Year posted at The Whatever Mom. The Whatever Mom A.K.A Roxanne is a Twin Mom, Blogger, Martini Lover and an all around awesome lady. Take a few moments more to yourself and gander around her site I guarantee you will find her "Whatever Goes" outlook on parenting refreshing.
 Warm Wishes to You and Yours


Deb

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5 comments

  1. Aww Deb that's such a lovely list - I agree totally. Being a Mum has changed me too in so many ways, it's great to take a moment to just remember how much has changed in our lives...Thanks for linking up to #dreamteam xx

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  2. I totally agree with you about never being alone. Its like you are alone but not really ever. I find it weird nowadays when Dave take the little man out and I'm in the house on my own. A little lost. Thanks for linking up to #abrandnewday

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  3. This is seriously such a lovely post! The list is so perfect and true. I can definitely relate to all of those things!

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  4. What a lovely list! I couldn't help nodding my head all the way through! #abrandnewday xx

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  5. Ah completely agree with everything on her list! I especially relate to I am Invincible, I didn't realise how strong I was until I had my son. Not only physically from the birth but mentally post baby. It's such a hard time that nobody really talks about or they only talk about it to friends that have already been through it. It's such a crazy time. Thank you for the inspiration and sharing with #StayClassyMama!

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