We arrived home last night at around 8pm. I was excited to be home but did not realize the challenges that would be popping up every 2 seconds because of the change of location. It is a very very different thing coming home as healthy as a horse to tackle everything at hand with adjusting to having 2 kiddos BUT for me I am not at all healed. I can still barely walk. I have extreme pain upon standing. I struggle to stand up. In other words I am very very little help to our family currently.
I lost 2 litres of blood during my c section and post surgery. I had a tennis ball sized fibroid removed as well that extended my 15 minute c section to over 2 hours. This paired with the fact that i was in early labour for over 24 hours and induced was a recipe for one sore and exhausted mama.
Mike was supposed to be heading back to work today and I was all good with it. That was until we were all cuddled into our bed with Kieran sleeping peacefully in the bassinet when he decided it was food time. 1230am. I struggled for 20 minutes or so to get up put of bed. Once i finally got out the pain was insane. I decided to sleep out in the livingroom in our lazy boy chair so Mike would be able to get at least some sleep before his 5am wake up. Unfortunately it all went down hill from there. I was unable to get out of the lazy boy and it actually flung me after the release let go unexpectedly. I tried to put Kieran down in the playpen to access my incision and he just started bawling and bawling. I felt helpless. Powerless. And more then anything useless. The rest of the night went much the same and I slept maybe 2 hours total since we did 130, 3, 4 and 530am feedings.
When Mike woke up and saw me he immediately knew I was not ok. He told me he wasn't going to work and he would stay home and let me sleep and adjust to home life for the day. Since the moment Kieran was born Mike has went above and beyond to do everything he possibly can. Cleaning the house, making food, taking care of Jayden and the dogs all without ever being asked. These insane events may have physically happened to me BUT the emotional and mental parts were way way harder on Mike. I love u so much babe ❤❤
Un bambino può insegnare sempre tre cose ad un adulto:
1. A essere contento senza motivo.
2. A essere sempre occupato con qualche cosa.
3. A pretendere con ogni sua forza quello che desidera.
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