(Closed) Sundays are fast turning in to I-want-a-baby day!

posted 5 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

Step away from the computer. Go do “me” things that you might not have time for with a newborn. The time will come!!

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Soon2BeeMrsG:  TTC (or waiting to TTC) can be an all-consuming endeavor. I think it’s fine to indulge it in small amounts, but I think if you allow yourself to become obsessed and then TTC is a struggle, it could be more detrimental to your mental health/everyday functioning. Maybe give yourself an hour or two on Sundays and otherwise, focus your internetting (yeah, it’s a new word) on something else–a household project? Cooking? Baking? 

Although I’m totally over-joyed and thankful that I’m a mom now (3 months), there are things I miss about not being a mom. Simple things like being able to run to the grocery store without bundling him up and taking him with me, or even leaving him with Darling Husband, but worrying about feeding him. These in NO WAY outweigh being a mom, but do try to enjoy the time you have now. Drink wine, eat sushi, do projects, whatever you can. But do give yourself some time to research–it’s fun!

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@Soon2BeeMrsG:  Every day is “I want a baby day” in my house! I’ve got to wait til October – no idea how that is going to happen!!! Luckily Uni goes back this week – so fingers crossed that keeps me distracted at least for a few weeks! October should be here in no time, between work and Uni! I’m sure I could write a great essay on which pram I want to buy and why – not too sure about those theories of development and learning though, will that be a problem with my degree? hehe

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