Helen
I am free at night

In the daytime I must look after my baby everyday, although she is very cute, I am tired of  this kind of life, boring, no money, I can not go out shopping and travel, maybe I will wating for until she is 3 years old enough to go kindgarden. Oh my god, this is my life

Nov 15, 2015 2:04 PM
Comments · 2

By and large, people tend to believe that it is green in the other side of the fence. When we don't have something, we idealize that thing/situation and we think that it is better/easier than it really is. 

 

I think motherhood is a good example. Having a child is a lot more than walking your baby with the pram, this is a huge responsability with many pros and a few "cons". When you have a child, your life changes radically, also your priorities and it is fundamental to understand and accept it. There are people who need more time to assimilate all these changes and I think (or want to think) that this might be your case.

 

If I were you, I would ask for help. Maybe you could ask her father or your parents (no idea about your situation) to look after the baby for a day, so you could look after yourself: sleep properly, have a bath tranquily, tidying up your home not feeling you are in a hurry, reading a book ... 

 

I don't agree when you say your life is boring (that's not possible, being a mum!) but your life now is different and you have to assimilate and accept that. 

November 15, 2015

No one said it would be easy! 

November 15, 2015