I felt so good today. I didn’t have any of those nervous new mom moments with the little man. Things just came naturally to me, and we moved through the day with ease.
I didn’t have to think about how to get him into the ring sling. It didn’t take more than a couple of seconds, and I didn’t use a mirror. My body and mind had memorized the process. And I just did it.
I didn’t need to carefully orchestrate the order I needed to do things to get him in and out of the car. I just did it.
There were no worries about getting him ready quickly before we left the house. I just did it.
I wasn’t nervous about feeding him around other people. WE just did it.
When he needs something, I have it.
When he sees my face, he knows who I am and responds with a grin if I am lucky.
Since I finally felt like I knew what I was doing all day, I’m starting to feel like a good mom. Whatever that means. I want to try some new things with him this week that push beyond the boundaries of my comfort zone. Because I should take advantage of this confidence, before he kicks my butt with some new stage I haven’t figured out yet.
What should we do?
—-I am posting the following pictures that my mother-in-law took during their visit last weekend because I owe Justin some blog love and JUST LOOK AT THE CUTE>