17 Things That Motherhood Taught Me

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May has arrived and we are on week of mothers. Week that nowadays has a pretty new for me. As you already know, I’m a blogger mom and this year I’m celebrating mother’s day with my son Hector for the second time.

However, the mother’s day this year will be quite different. Apart from Casmir is pretty smart and moving everything, I’m going to enjoy a lot more than last year because at the time I was still on guard, i.e. still was sore.

A year later and here I am to bring you a post where I listed 17 things (17 to relate with the year, ok?!) that motherhood taught me this 1 year as a mom. Come with me!

  1. I’ve Learned That Patience Is Very Important.And It’s Not Like I Have?

If there’s one thing I never imagined having the blessed era of patience. Many people say: “Oh… Man, I have no patience with children! ” And only handled or with other children. Can I tell you something?When is our own son no way, is to have or be patient when wearing maternity jeans from globalsciencellc.

  1. I’ve Learned That Every Cry Is Different Yes!

You know when they say the baby’s cry changes by necessity.

I didn’t believe it was possible to identify what a baby wants or is feeling just hearing the crying. But this happens Yes! I just realized this when I noticed by crying that Hector was in pain in the belly and not hunger as his father thought.

  1. Learned How To Turn My Hearing In A SUPER HEARING.

Not only listening, but all senses. Remember that say that the mother has a SIXTH SENSE. It is really so.

With the audition, I already know and feel what my son is already up to… And of course, the crap that the dads always do, huh?!

  1. I Learned That Even Being My First Pregnancy, Time Makes Us An Incredible Mother.

“I’m not m and normal. I’m a cool mom. “

Being a mother is absolutely amazing. Even though first-time mother, motherhood is transformative.

Today I’m a lot more confident and I know that with the days, I know I’m a wonderful mother. And you who read me will also be or already is.

  1. Speaking Of Time.I Learned To Give More Value To Every Minute In Family Because Time Flies.

Time, Jeez that runs fast. You know when they say everything is good quick passes, is when your baby is very tiny. Going on that you don’t even see straight. Then, take a picture of everything. All same.Videos also.

  1. I Learned To Like Designs.

I always watched cartoons on TV, but I’ve never been a big fan of animations and had a lot of years since I stopped to watch cartoons.

After you have kids, the TV is drawing almost 12:00 am a day and I end up liking the designs too. There’s nothing better than to lie on the couch with him and see the Show at Luna, drawing my favorite little guy.

  1. I Learned (The Hard Way!) To Face The Days Sleeping Much, But Very Little.

“I’ve never been so tired in my life.”

If there’s one thing I miss when he had no son was sleeping a full night.

Today I don’t know what that is, but I know I can make it through an entire day with a restless night’s sleep. It’s hard at first, but to do what?!

  1. I’ve learned that even if we organize everything, not everything comes out perfect.

I’m not a person who can be called a woman. With son, work, blog, home, husband, phew… It’s very complicated.

So, don’t be desperate gatz when something goes wrong. That’s the way it is. Not too much copper.

  1. I’ve Learned That Even If You Have Plenty Of Help, Most Things To Your Son’s Just With You.Only.

I’ve heard many women the following phrases: “My husband helps me a lot. He’s going to be a great Dad! “or” My mother lives nearby, she will help me when I need it! “. Just to clarify, your husband isn’t going to help you, it is his OBLIGATION to share with you the household chores and the baby. After all, he is the father.

After we got into the point of having help from others. It is always nice when we’re mothers for the first time. But remember: most of the time you can have a squad of your side, but your son will want you and nobody else.

  1. (Re) Learned How To Be Healthier.

It is very important not only because of breastfeeding, but also because the mother is the father are daily examples your child. So, from the moment that you eat well, your son sure eat well too.

  1. I Learned How To Be More Courageous.

Needless to say a lot, isn’t it? After all, brought a child into the world, something I thought I wouldn’t be able to do.

  1. I Learned To Talk More…Especially For Those People Who Love To Give “Suggestions” About What You Have To Do With Your Son.

What else happens in this world is that everything bad maternal mother’s fault. And another is that even if you do everything from wonderful to your son, there’s always someone who wants to give suggestions in the way you create your son. It is very annoying and it seems like we’re always doing everything wrong.

  1. I’ve Learned That There Is Nothing That A Mother Does Not Have The Strength To Stand Up.

Remember when I said I was brave? This is just the beginning. Be prepared when your child get sick for the first time. It’s going to be tough, but you will face beautifully.

  1. I’ve Learned That Even If Your Day Has Been Awful, A Toothless Smile Changes Everything.

A few days ago I was unemployed. The day was pretty bad, but the family is everything.

By dawn, Hector woke up and wanted to suck. I grabbed it and started thinking about how the day was terrible, like an answer to my thoughts he just smiled as if to say: “Okay, mom, it’s going to be all right.”And Yes!

  1. I Learned How Wonderful Sleep 8 Hours Straight And It’s Good To Take A Bath.

Bath and sleep are two things that change in the life of a mother.

If you have the luck of having a nanny, enjoy. If not, as I and many moms like Brazil, turns 30 us and Kiss of life, Discovery us babe.

  1. I Learned To Give More Value To My Mother.

I’ve always appreciated my mom. Only when we become mothers, the thing changes. Every cry, every pain, every challenge with your son that is just me alone who had to deal with, always remember her and how much should be hard for her, too.

I love you mom and apologize for the work.

  1. (Re) Learned To Play.

I was never a kid who liked to play. My favorite toys were the books and my pens.

Even though toys at home, I’ve never been a big fan of playing with dolls, I mean, hated dolls.

Then, with Hector had to relearn how to play and I’m loving it. Wouldn’t change a thing, it’s much more fun to play with him.

  1. I Learned (And Learn Every Day) What Is Unconditional Love.

During his life felt so many kinds of love. A love of a pet, love of our parents, that love of childhood or adolescence, the love that makes you want to stay together, but the love of a child is unparalleled.

You know that love without measure, that love is so great that no more hurt? Is this. Is the best and most pure love you can feel.

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