We are now about 2 weeks into his DOC® Band journey and although I was incredibly nervous in the beginning, so far so good! Over the next 10-12 weeks I will sharing our journey with you to inform and bring some relief to any parents out there who are just starting out!
I expected things would be different about my body after I pushed out a 6 pound baby (which I know, "psh, that's nothing I had a 9 pound baby!" but when your epidural just stops working while your pushing and you feel every inch of that little monkey come out of your hoo-ha...talk to me). Here are the 5 things I had no idea would happen to my body after delivery!
I feel like when you are a new mom, I'm talking brand new mom going into bathing suit season...that sentiment is not going to make you feel any more like putting on a bikini, let's be real. I mean yes, be proud of that body it did amazing things but I feel like there are already enough blog posts out there that go that direction. I am going to make this one about you, Mama Bear.
I did some reading online and read these horror stories about how the dog was so jealous of the baby that it attacked and I was just like...oh my god. I didn't let this phase me much because our dog is really just the sweetest ever. So, we did a lot of research on what the best way would be to properly introduce our pup to the new baby.