Things I’ve learned since I became Bris mom

So in the almost two months that I have been a parent I have learned a few things and I thought id share:
1. I’m kind of obsessed with her. -I could hold that little girl all day and not think anything of it, except for the fact that occasionally I would need to pee and sleep and do other stuff ya know. And I promise I could spend all day just watching her, staring into her alert eyes and memorizing her every moment. [reading that back to myself makes me sound like such a creeper but I am her mom so its ok]
2. Sleep is a thing of the past.-I thought I wasn’t getting much sleep when I was pregnant, boy was I wrong! Lol even though the past few weeks we’ve had help from our families I still have to feed her every 2-3 hours and sometimes its even less than that. On top of that she doesn’t always want to sleep when I do, so I don’t think I can call it sleep as much as taking little naps here and there.
3. Breastfeeding is amazing. Not only have I dropped 28.6 lbs in a month but apparently breast milk is like a cure for anything baby; her little baby acne, getting rid of the eye gook problem we had the first week and its just better for babies all around.

that’s just a few, ill update as i realize more

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5 thoughts on “Things I’ve learned since I became Bris mom

  1. pascale says:

    motherhood is a wonderful club. embrace every moment as i did with you. time goes by sooo fast so enjoy and make the best of all the little naps in between. she is truly a precious and priceless gem..
    love uuuuuu

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  2. Patricia John (Granny) says:

    Babies are truly God’s gift to mothers. It is true that you want to hold them forever, catch every
    movement and expression, and Brielle certainly takes the prize in expressions and wonder. Napoleon once said ‘the future destiny of the child is always the work of the mother.’ Another saying ‘ a child is the root of the heart.’
    Love you

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  3. Francoise says:

    Way to go girl! And bélieve me, hold her as much as you can or want. She needs Its and loves it. And no one in the whole world Will ever ever love her the way you do! And bélieve it, a Child knows when he/she is loved.
    Breastfeeding: Bee Will soon be 2 months. You Will be very surprised. The night she turns 2 months – exactly or Almost – her sleep pattern Will change. I promise. She ll sleep from about 10 pm straight through 5:00 am and you ll wale

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  4. Francoise says:

    Way to go girl! And bélieve me, hold her as much as you can or want. She needs Its and loves it. And no one in the whole world Will ever ever love her the way you do! And bélieve it, a Child knows when he/she is loved.
    Breastfeeding: Bee Will soon be 2 months. You Will be very surprised. The night she turns 2 months – exactly or Almost – her sleep pattern Will change. I promise. She ll sleep efrom about 10 pm straight through 5:00 am and you ll Wake up wondering where she is and what is wrong With her. The answer is Nothing. Her sleep pattern Will change and you too Will get longer nights.
    In the meantime give her all you can. That is also one of the miracles of motherhood.
    Motherhood changes us, and incredibly, for the best. We did not we had this wealth of undemanding, absolute

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