The point in my life when I became a mother was without a doubt a turning point for me, not only because of the obvious, but because of the series of doors that have opened and closed for me since giving birth and the doors that I had much difficulty opening.
Elliott Comes into My Life
Then this happened…
And my first experiences with a very untidy house…
And then I needed to start working to keep my mind from freezing up
And then reality hit, we needed to sell and downsize our house
Dealing with my Post Natal Depression and Anxiety was starting to get on top of me
Even with in dealing with PND, I still managed to keep my blog going because it was one of the very few things that grounded me.
Mummy guilt was taking its toll
But it was time for our first family overseas holiday, a true test of what it’s like to travel with a a toddler.
I could finally start to see the light at the end of the tunnel in dealing with my PND.
I learnt how to feel better about myself by not expecting so much from others…
I learnt how to recognise my triggers..
I was so happy that I’d found something I absolutely loved doing in life..
And then this happened..
And I also had to air how I felt about this…
And the terrible twos were in full swing..
But writing has been a huge factor in keeping me going. I’ve loved all the people I’ve met online and in person over the two years I’ve been blogging and I’m so grateful for the opportunities that have morphed out of writing my first
crappy blog post two years ago.
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