Hi friends, I am sharing my experience related to my topic as above.
I am Poonam, new mummy of Sri (Srinidhi), my 16-week-old baby girl who turns 4 months old on 8th May. When she was born, Sri was too delicate – not just Sri, every newborn is the same, that’s why all her care was taken up by her nani because I was at my parents’ home. Taking care of a newborn in their 1st month is very difficult, so nani wouldn’t allow me to do things like give a bath, clothing her after a bath, diaper change – I wasn’t even allowed to carry her, so I was feeling upset. When will they allow me to do all this work? I was crazily waiting to do all the motherhood work; I think every mother feels the same.
After she completed 2 months, I was allowed to do all the motherhood work. Motherhood tasks are not easy – giving her a bath, getting her ready after a bath, massaging her body with oil, etc. Nowadays, I feel like I’m a #supermom because I am alone doing all of Sri’s tasks without the help of her nani and dadi.
My tasks include giving her oil massages, exercising her a little bit, and bathing her. After her bath, I get her ready – dressed up, diaper changing, cleaning her potty, carry her and move her around the house and garden near our home, etc. etc. There is actually a big list of tasks we can’t count, but enjoying every hour of motherhood and feeling blessed is common. I think that being a mother means to acknowledge and like how to care for a newborn. I think God gives us new mothers a lot of courage. Hats off to all the beautiful #supermoms out there!
What do other mummies think? Am I right? ???
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