Having a Baby

Updated: Dec 13, 2020

I am shocked I had a baby.

Growing it was one thing. Pushing it out was Super Hero status.


The whole entire experience was crazy. It was like lightning flashed through my vagina and created a child on Earth.

For all the discomfort, pain, and sacrifice, I am all amazed.

He's an angel!

Straight from heaven. In my home. I am amazed God would trust me with this gift. Honored to play a major role in developing an innocent creature we.

I didn’t even know I wanted this.

Now, I can’t imagine life without him.


Breastfeeding is a revelation. Seeing a brand new baby instinctively know what to do with a nipple reminds me that humans are mammals. We all share the same needs.


Breastfeeding is a rough, magical bond.

It's actually really painful to have a baby suck your nipple as hard as it takes at first. Then, after 1-2 weeks it's intuitive. I highly recommend breast feeding if you can. The bond is unbelievable. It also made me think how much the human species are mammals. It's a tremendous bonding opportunity. Really, really try. It's essential. If you can't, don't beat yourself up about it. Bottle feeding gives the husband no excuse to help less than 50% of the time.


I think we were more excited to have him, than he was to have us.



Here's what they don't tell you:


1. It takes 1-3 months to fully heal. 6 in some cases. Years in many others.

The woman often shoulders 50%-100% of the responsibility.

Men (dead-beats and providing husbands) 0% - 50%.

You'll go from life being 100% you to 100% baby.

It's the greatest responsibility and joy.


It can be hard to transition your time. At first, babies are so incredible, it makes perfect sense to dedicate 100% of your energy to the baby.


2. You'll need a strong vagina & pelvis to push that baby without breaking your hips or ripping your vag-butthole. After you give birth to the baby, you'll give birth to the sh*t after called "after-birth". I've personally never seen what it looks like, but I've heard horror stories... From my husband.


3. Everyone who asked:

"When are you going to have a baby?!" Is nowhere to be found.

They'll come by. Maybe leave dinner or a present. Thumbs up all the posts on Instagram and never stop by again. It's extremely rare to find anyone to baby more than 3 hours.


4. The hardest part about having a baby:


No time.

No sleep.

I'd go from 24 hrs of free time to 20 minutes.


5. Having a baby will give birth to a new you.

A baby is the purest most precious, innocent source of light. Babies brighten the world. The innocence of a baby invites you to look at the world through eyes pure and light again.




Then, there were 3.



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