Most new mothers have specific expectations when they start parenting. How they will feel, how they will behave as a mother, and even how the child would act. However, there will undoubtedly be a big difference between how you envision becoming a parent and how it actually is. It won’t bother you if a baby screams. Poop won’t make you sick. In truth, the first few weeks will teach you a lot about parenting and yourself. However, my severe social anxiety goes away when my son is hungry. I’ll feed him in a restaurant, shop, or church while removing my bra. I don’t give a damn. I didn’t know that babies ate all the time or that I didn’t hate changing his filthy diapers.
How I have the freedom to go out and be with him. Despite the fact that it was difficult the first few times, I’m starting to get the hang of it and have found that he genuinely enjoys coming on adventures with me. My maternal instincts didn’t surface as I had not anticipated. Sincerely, I don’t like infants and never have. With my boy, it’s completely different. I’m completely in love with him, and it simply comes naturally to me. I was afraid because I thought I was going to magically transform into someone else. Nope. I remain the same, but I now have a beautiful child that I adore more than I could have ever imagined.