I think it’s about time I talk about being a BPD mother & how it’s affected my parenting. I didn’t quite know when I was gonna write this or when would be a good time to write it. Should I write it on a good day, when things seem a little easier or should I write
It feels a tad odd writing my third trimester post in between comforting a tiny human but hey that’s the reality so here goes. My third trimester went a lot swifter than was planned & I currently have baby brain so bare with me please! I ended up given birth at 32+5 weeks so our
Just like that we are into the second trimester. This is where things start to get real for me because as much as I knew the baby was there, this is the stage where you finally get to see your body change. As of week 20 my bump started to grow & I love it.
My first trimester post is going to be slightly jammed packed because I spent a whole month of it unaware I was even pregnant. Yes that is true & it was pretty scary. Turns out I conceived in November & spent the first month unaware there was a tiny human growing. Luckily I found out
I recently found out that May is BPD awareness month which was news to me & probably news to a lot of people. It kinda goes to show that BPD needs more awareness that even I didn’t know we had a month. I’ve spoken about BPD quite a bit of this blog & well I’m about
1. Controlling my emotions are difficult; but that doesn’t mean I’m completely out of control. I’ve adapted to my situation, I’ve never known anything different so I don’t know how you experience daily life. I feel everything a lot stronger it seems and it can appear erratic & “crazy” but it’s me & I wouldn’t change that.
I guess it’s about time to share Jasper’s birth story….. If you’re interested in reading my birth story then off you pop; stick the kettle on, grab something to nibble on cause it’s not going to be short & sweet. If not I totally understand; trust me I wasn’t interested in babies till one decided