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So, am I still the same person? For sure. And I still have the same preferences. But my life is now very different, and therefore I need new tools. It’s all about increasing the portfolio of options at my disposal, particularly when it comes to my family.
We were all doing the same: an act of love, even if solitary. We were all trying our best, to be good mothers and fathers and grandparents.
My heart exploded, and there were bursts of naches, happiness, love and excitement flowing everywhere.
Fear has kept me on my toes. Love has kept me walking.
He, no matter how young, deserves respect and space to be himself. Let him kick.
You would expect that with so much happiness coming from motherhood, Sadness wouldn’t be a regular presence. But it is.
I thought it was disappointing. If most of what we are enabled to feel is bad, how can we be truly happy?
If Anger is energy, what can I do with it?
I can remember life as a family of three but it already feels like an alien, far away concept.
I wasn’t ready for this and feel frustrated. But, as my son has already learned, if I can’t run, I’ll walk; if I can’t walk, I’ll crawl. And soon enough, there will be a new baby in our arms and we’ll start a new path together.
Either way, there are only things to be happy and excited about at the moment. It might be a roller coaster but it is an incredible ride, and in the best company I could have ever imagined.
Emotions grow as the big moment arrive. Looking back and looking forwards, cherishing the moment before everything changes again.
It will be amazing to figure it out together and grow as a family. I am so grateful. In years from now, we will probably look back at this time in life, filled with fondness and nostalgia. There’s no rush – for now, let’s live this time in life, with fondness and excitement.
The pregnancy is approaching its big day. Our baby is moving a lot; there are frequent and intense contractions and an overall feeling that the body is getting ready.
A week marked by transitions: a growing baby, new worries, an eclipse, the rhythms of a family.
There are more and new symptoms, not particularly good ones, but it’s a sign that he will be joining us soon and everything will have a new flavour in this family.
It’s just a red arrow pointing down moment. The journey is amazing. Just hold on tight as we get out of this tight curve. Look up and see all the fantastic characters and treasures you have been experiencing and what is ahead of you.
Here you can find the journal for my second pregnancy. I used to have a corporate career and left to become a mom and coach. Week 31: Wishes