motherhood

MUMS CAN’T PRACTICE SELF-CARE LIKE CELEBRITIES

Honestly, sometimes I feel like there is no such thing as self-care for mums.

In the past I’ve read blogs, articles n interview about certain public figures with their morning routine.

A good morning routine can certainly kick-start your morning in a positive light.

I mean I am not being a bitch about it but I don’t think mums can do theses routine or rituals??? 

20 mins meditation, 1hr yoga and a walk by the beach? Geez, I struggle to even have a healthy breakfast.

The raw truth is, my 24/7 are unpredictable! Nina is a terrible sleeper! (Oh how I miss sleeping in )

My ego says that now that I’m a mum, it’s impossible to practice self-card like some of these ‘celebrities’.

So how do I practice self-love?

HOW TO ADAPT INTO MOTHERHOOD IN YOUR FIRST MONTH.

ey mama, so you might think I’m this superwoman who’s totally excellent at juggling all the balls of cooking, cleaning and raising a baby. But let me tell you this, I’m not a cook nor am I the best at cleaning. I never know what to cook for the family [looking at cooking books means nothing to me + going grocery shopping doesn’t inspire me].

So not only am I a horrible mum but I’m a terrible housewife too

I have clothes on the dining table, on the bedroom floor and I don’t know how this happened, but I have so much crap everywhere! I was constantly washing up bottles, changing dirty nappies and my baby would hardly sleep for me.

 

ARE YOU MEANT TO BE A MOTHER? FREAKING OUT!

Motherhood at times feels like it does NOT agree with me.

Every night in my few months of my transition, I wondered if I was meant to be a mother?

WHY?

Well because;

– I need 8 hours of UN-interrupt sleep {FULL STOP}

– Tantrums and something about children crying shits me.

– I can’t seem to take the time to go to that hot yoga class which I’ve paid for.

– Being in awe at those who are having such a blast of a lifestyle. You know the ones with no kids.