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
Here I sit trying to make use of the free time available. I’m pretty damn tired & I could potentially use this time to do absolutely nothing but… productivity guilt has hit once again. Isn’t it funny how even on your crappier days you can get taken over by a wave of guilt. Am I