Tuesday, October 20, 2015

What I'm Loving About Motherhood

I've been a mom for over six weeks now - as crazy as that sounds. I can't believe so much time has already passed, and I have SERIOUSLY slacked at getting her birth story typed out. The truth is that every time I think about sitting down to share it with you all, I get overwhelmed. Things didn't exactly go as planned, and I have wanted to relive it all yet if that makes sense. But I know that I need to so I can properly process it... and someday I know I'll want to look back on it. Here's to hoping I can get the full birth story up on the blog soon!

But until then... here are some things I'm currently loving about motherhood!

1. This face. Seriously... who could NOT love it?



2. Knowing that I am taking great care of her... even if it's the middle of the night. Being a mom is something like I'd never imagined.





3. Watching my daughter blossom into her sassy, spunky little personality.





4. Seeing my husband become a sweet father to his baby girl.





5. And again... this face. Because really... just look at her!




    

12 comments:

  1. Oh man, I feel the same way about my VBAC story with my son. He is now 7 months old and I still don't feel ready to talk about it, haha. Your little is darling!

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  2. If it makes you feel any better at all, it NEVER goes according to plan.. :/ She's beautiful!!

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  3. She is absolutely beautiful. I can't wait to hold her one of these days (hopefully before she turns 1). lol

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  4. If only it were possible to plan childbirth! I love birth stories, I think they're so empowering! You're doing great, mama!

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  5. Okay seriously Annabelle Kathryn is giving me baby fever!!!

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  6. She is seriously so cute! I love seeing photos of her!

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  7. She's precious and you are just glowing, mama!

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  8. <3 She's so adorable! And there's so much to love. Mommyhood is awesome!

    It never goes exactly as planned, or hardly ever, I guess. I didn't even have a plan and it STILL didn't go according to plan :p

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  9. I would definitely recommend at least writing down your birth experience for you even if you don't share it. For me it was really therapeutic to get it all out there. I had a lot of people connect with me that I had no idea they struggled like I did. But now you are in the sweet spot with a sweet baby! She is adorable!

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