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Ramsey - 06 May 2015

It’s a new day and the adventure has already begun. In the past year, I’ve gotten married, gotten pregnant and left my job. My husband has moved over to the UK and just started his new job. Busy, if complicated times.
I find myself contemplating what I should do next. With the baby still over 4 months away, I need to indulge in some “me” time- something I’ve historically failed at doing. In just a couple days I’ve already realized how much clearer I see things. Just the little bit of distance makes a difference. When I am being fair vs critical? What is really frustrating me about a given situation? What am I really afraid of? And mostly, why aren’t I enjoying this more? The answers aren’t always comforting. In fact, often they seem depressing. I’m not surprised women often suffer from pre-partum depression as well. Your body is changing and it is clear any control you thought you had over your life is slowly slipping away. It is exciting, certainly. But positively daunting at the same time. Maybe this is another reason people have children young. Then they have no conception of the freedoms they are about to lose.
Mantra for today? Embrace change and the new experiences that it brings.

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