22/07/2015

Guest Post By Jenna: My 5 Most Emotional Parenting Moments (so far!)

*I have the amazing Jenna from Tinyfootsteps on the blog today, one of my favourite all time bloggers.Tinyfootsteps is a blog I've been reading religiously since she first started up her little internet space, I've enjoyed every last one. Jenna is a very dear friend of mine, I know your'll love her blog just as much as I do, thankyou very much for being on Babyy Pebbles lovely. 

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1) When my daughter was born

I must admit, I didn't cry when my daughter arrived into the world because I was so overwhelmed. You spend the best part of 9 months thinking about the day your baby is going to come into your life but nothing quite prepares you for the moment your baby is placed on your chest. I think I spent the first few hours just looking at her, totally speechless. 

2) Breastfeeding struggles

I desperately wanted to breastfeed my daughter and so when things didn't go to plan and I made the decision to switch to formula, I was heartbroken. I sobbed and I sobbed and I sobbed. For a long time afterwards I felt, not only guilty, but also like a complete and utter failure. I always said that I would give breastfeeding my best shot but if it didn't work out then I wouldn't beat myself up about it. I never truly understood how much it meant to me until I couldn't do it. 

3) A poorly baby

A few months ago my baby was feeling really quite poorly - she had cold, a cough and conjunctivitis all at the same time. It really upset me that she was so out of sorts and I felt so helpless. I'm thankful that it could all be treated with medicine and she was back to being her rambunctious self within a few days. 

4) Proper hugs 

Recently I've been on the receiving end of some pretty awesome hugs from my little girl. She's not overly affectionate most of the time as she's happy to be off doing her own thing but every now and again she will drop everything (literally) and toddle over to give me a hug for no other reason than because she wants to. It make me feel like the luckiest lady alive. 

5) Those first shaky steps

It's official my 'baby' is now officially a toddler. It takes my breath away with how much she changes each day but there's nothing like watching your little one walking around to make you feel like you've been slapped around the face with the hand of reality. She's a proper little person now. It's such an exciting time but now and again? It makes me want to have a little cry.  WHERE has my baby gone?!

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