BIRTH PLAN?

32 Weeks Pregnant

I wanted to VERY BRIEFLY cover the topic of “birth plans” and why they are important to me.

First of all a birth plan is just a plan, it is not a guide and step by step for your labour and delivery you can not plan for that and in the moment so much can change— but you can prepare.

I find creating a birth plan to be an effective way to have my team and everyone there supporting me on the same page and have an idea and understanding of my goals to make my experience a little easier.

This is a great link to help you create your own birth plan.

Birth Plan Check List

Go in with a plan we all have things that are important to us and some more than others but be sure to keep an open mind and try not stress remember our bodies were made to do this.

❥ Chelsea

 

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The Calm Before The Storm

31 WEEKS PREGNANT!

In just a few days I will be telling people I am due NEXT MONTH — the count down is on!

Everything seems pretty perfect right now. Addison is sleeping amazing despite teething, the sun is shinning, our house renovations are finally wrapping up and I can finally get a start on the nursery.

Life is good.

I just wanted to take a short moment while Addison and I eat breakfast and write a little bit of a reminder. I know with a newborn & two under two things will get hectic but when I think life is at its hardest I’ll have this to read—  easier days will come, I won’t always be sleep deprived, starving and grumpy.


Addison has always been a pretty easy-going baby in my opinion. With that being said there has been nights I thought I wouldn’t make it to morning or days I counted down the hours until bedtime, days I wonder how myself and my relationship made it out of. We have only been out of the first year for a short time but I feel like if you can survive the first year of motherhood you can basically take on anything life throws your way.


For the next two months I am going to absorb every second of life and embrace all that I can before time slips away from me again, days just fade together and I blink and I am sitting here with a one year old and a two-year old.


*Note to myself and any other Mamas having the hardest day, week, month or year ever —

This time is only brief, it will get easier, so much easier. one-day you will look at your independent toddler and wish they still needed you a little more because each day she will need you a little less.

This may be a bit of a “babble” post but I believe one day I will need it.

Chelsea