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I am really worried about taking care of Joshua and dealing with my AI. I know lots of you ladies have several children and deal with your AI every single day. It's just hard to think about how I am going to handle it.
I'm young, still in school, and have a lot of other obligations. It's hard enough to do all that when I am not pregnant or taking care of a child. What am I going to do when I have Joshua?
Sorry for the vent. Just wondering if you ladies had advice!!!
I'm not going to lie and say it's easy...because it isnt. Being a Mommy is hard,being a young Mommy is harder...adding an AI disorder into the mix All you can really do is take one day at a time. Sometimes all I can do is a few hours at a time...and not even think ahead! Let those around you HELP. If they ask to help,let them. Dont be like me and think you can do it all...because it's impossible to be superMommy. Maybe you can check out the First time Mommy,Student Mommy or Teen Mommy boards Good luck hon and remember we are here for you too!!
__________________ Nichole,Mommy to Emily and Ryan
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