What I’ve learned (during 6 months) about being Mum

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  1. Emily says:

    Yes! I use wet wipes for everything, haha! Teething definitely sucks! Our girls slept so well, until they started teething! Thanks for linking up to That Friday Linky

  2. Nige says:

    Super post and it’s all a huge learning curve parenting Thanks for linking to the #THAT FRIDAY LINKY come back next week please

  3. Petite Words says:

    Wonderful advice, from the heart. Lovely (: #KCACOLS

  4. I don’t have any little ones, but occassionally get entrusted with by neice for a few hours. Last time I had her, I microwaved the same cup of tea 3 times, and ended up drinking it cold anyway. I love to have her though, it makes me realise what an absolute super hero my sis is every day #KCACOLS

  5. I’m almost 10 months into this motherhood journey and can relate to everything!!!

  6. Your arms will have the healing power for the rest of eternity. My kids are 8 & 11 and still come to me for kisses when they get hurt.

  7. Nina says:

    Beautiful post, number 3 is my favorite!

  8. Amber Myers says:

    The lack of sleep was the hardest for me. I am one of those people who need 8 hours or else I feel out of it.

  9. Wow look at how much you’ve learned and grown in just six month with your baby imagine six months from now!

  10. angie says:

    my mom always told me that relax enjoy time with your little ones. If your house is not perfect remember there is no perfect person we want our home to look like a child lives there
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  11. angie says:

    being a mother there is nothing more important

  12. We just had our sixth child. One of the best things a doctor told us was, “Sometimes your baby will scream like she’s being tortured…and there’s absolutely nothing wrong.” 🙂

  13. Jenni Petrey says:

    I love your post, everything you’ve said is so true. My kids are 4 and 7 and we still use baby wipes, not just for wiping faces but they’re great to wipe up messes on the floor!

  14. Nancy L. says:

    I love being a mom. My children are young adults now, but I miss the days when they were younger and needed me more. They still need me, but not as much! 🙂

  15. Rhewi Montemayor says:

    I agree on when youre stress or unhappy your kid wont be able to stop crying, because I know they feel what mom feels! So me I really try my bet to be happy and jolly! 🙂

  16. Aziel Morte says:

    I think every mom experience this and I love how you share this for us moms feel not alone! 🙂

  17. Best tips I’ve read today. I totally agree with you on all the above that you’ve mentioned. I enjoyed reading every lines. So meaningful and true. Yes, mothers are powerful, no one can beat that!

  18. Laura says:

    What a big learning curve. Sounds like you’re into it now though.

  19. Liz A says:

    I myself didn’t know that I have so much patience. But I only become patient with my son. Not much with work colleagues. LOL! And yes, being a Mom changes you in so many ways that looking back would be like thinking about a different lifetime. 🙂

  20. Michelle says:

    Great post! Very helpful

  21. Nicky says:

    Great post with a lot of tips for new moms!

  22. Beautiful list! You’ve learned so much! I just want to say #5 is SO important!!! <3

  23. I am not a new mom but a grandmother and your tips are really poignant. 🙂

  24. Aw this is lovely 🙂 Thanks for linking up to #PicknMix

    Stevie x

  25. jill conyers says:

    Being mom is a great teacher. We learn so many things about ourselves and our capacity to love. I’ve been a mom of almost 20 years and still learning as they grow. Best job ever.

  26. Bill S says:

    Great summary of being a mom!! I have to say but wipes are still my favorite even though my kids are older, great for cleaning up messes.

  27. It’s amazing how much you learn when you become a parent. Wipes will forever be your friend. My mums youngest is soon to be 25 and she still keeps them around. #picnmix

  28. Ellie says:

    Such a great post for new Mum’s! Awesome recommendations

  29. Amie says:

    We’re at the teething fade now with the second and it sucks! The first didn’t make a fuss once but poor baby maxy seems to be having a right mare of a time with it! #picknmix

  30. Yes I use babywipes for everything too and definitely don’t think you can spoil them with cuddles.
    Thanks for linking to #PickNMix
    Eilidh x

  31. Bismah says:

    Oh I totally feel you on the issue of coffee. There are so many times I would give anything to enjoy it while it’s still steaming hot. Teething is also one of the hardest that both a mom and baby will go through together. Thankfully there are many methods to try and relieve the pain.

  32. Some great tips here for new mums. I totally agree with the coffee and baby wipes. I still have plenty of both around the house at all times and my daughter is 10!
    Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday

  33. Baby wipes are heaven sent! I can never leave the house without them and it’s really useful no matter where you are.

  34. TColeman says:

    Little ones are definitely like night and day when it comes to their personality from day to day. You can never be too sure what mood that they will be in!

  35. It’s such a huge learning curve, isn’t it? I think I learned more in the first few months as a mum than I did in over 15 years of education! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next Sunday x

  36. Dylan Cutler says:

    Wonderful advice I hope to need some day 🙂

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