When I finally sat down with my iPad to write about this post it was already 11:56 in the evening of March 30. I have 1 day left to finish it so I can publish it before the month ends (I said I was going to blog at least once a month). So, I pulled an all nighter for this one and surprisingly, I was still “inspired” by 1 am. 🙂
I have been slacking the whole month of March. I’m really sorry, but I was at what I call on a “vacation” mode, and since the family has had two out of the country trips this month, it’s hard not to be on “vacation” mode. So now I’m cramming haha.
Taking care of a newborn should be simple enough. I mean, all a newborn does is eat, burp, sleep, pee and poop right?
Taking care of a newborn can be overwhelming. I remember when we were expecting, I forced my husband to come with me to a seminar on how to take care of a newborn. I wanted to be as ready as I could be and at the same time, I was hoping that knowing more about taking care of a newborn would make taking care of a newborn Light easier. I don’t know if it was all the reading, talking with other moms or the seminars, but I think we, by we I mean I, did a pretty good job when Light was born. 😉
I also read that when a baby is born, a mother is also born. I believe in that statement. I kept worrying about how I was going to take care of Light but when she was born, I instantly became a mother. I knew what to do. I had zero experience taking care of a baby, especially a newborn, but I’d done it. How was beyond me. I guess mother instincts really do kick in. So don’t worry. You’ll know what to do when the time comes. 🙂