Monday, January 16, 2012

Five Reasons Not to Hate Your Post-Baby Body

Miss C has been keeping me quite busy these days, which doesn't leave much time to blog, but I am loving every minute of it.  I am just trying to enjoy every second that I have left of my maternity leave... which is ending entirely too soon on February 7th.  **TEARS**

Anyway, I read this blog post today and thought I would share:  Five Reasons Not to Hate Your Post-Baby Body.  I must admit I am pretty happy with mine most of the time, but this article still made me smile.  :-)  Definitely some good points to keep in mind!


  1. Hi, My name is Kirsty.

    It's 04.51am here (UK), and I have just read through ALL of your blog posts from start to finish. I cannot believe how far you have come and you must be so glad that you did not give up.

    You have given me hope, you have made me cry (more towards the beginning posts), laugh and smile. I am really struggling to conceive at the moment. It's now about 36 months of trying with no luck, and now I haven't even had a period for over 12 months. It is really frustrating and I can't help but feel bitter towards everyone who has children (not you though). Reading your posts gave me hope, and the strange thing was, when I read that you had finally managed to become pregnant, I didn't feel bitter, I was so over joyed that I cried!

    I've been having a real hard time of it lately (especially after the hospital appointment today, where I was having an ultrasound for PCOS.. It came back inconclusive on the external and internal scan, because my ovaries are off to the sides, a lot)

    I couldn't just click off your blog without saying anything, I just had to comment and congratulate you and thank you for taking the time to share your experiences with others, it really means a lot.

    All the best for the future


    1. Kirsty, thank you so much for your sweet comments. It is so nice to hear that my story gives you hope.

      I am so sorry you are having such a difficult road to motherhood. I hope that you are able to get some answers soon, and I truly hope that you are successful in your journey to become a mother. Hang in there, it WILL happen! :-)

      Best of luck to you!