Talking postpartum today!
When you're pregnant your body goes through so many changes and does incredible things (many that I didn't even now about until being in the NICU). After you give birth your body is running on empty. It has used all its energy growing thus tiny human and it has nothing left to help your body repair itself.
Your lushious hair, glowing skin, and energy levels are gone. The first few months after any birth is traumatic and lots of new mums experience postpartum depression because their old body has dissapeared. (ill let you into a secret) even if you lose your baby, you still have to go through all of the above.
Your body still falls apart, you still have the scars to prove it, you still have the hair loss and everything else that comes with it.
The constant reminders that your baby should be here. Losing your body is a small price to pay when you have a wonderful new life.
Im pleased to say that over the past couple of weeks my hair has FINALLY stopped falling out. It is starting to grow back and my body is finding its new normal (whatever that is). Whether you have your baby in your arms on not, your body still went through amazing changes to do everything it could for your baby.
I know it is hard, even when you're falling apart you have to applaud your body for what it has done. You are amazing, you are strong and you are loved. ❤️ (Wow, I didn't realise I had so much to say! Apologies) 😂
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