Now most women are super emotional during their pregnancy,and while i had moments of sensitivity, i think i was fairly sane (others may differ in opinion)!!! Since Langston has been born, I have been super sensitive.
my doctor warned me that my emotions would increase dramatically due to the sudden change in hormone levels. i never knew it would be like this. Now granted i'm not crying 24/7, but when the sprinklers come on, watch out. Today was one of those sprinkler days. i'm pretty sure i balled 1/2 of the day! Luckily i have amazing family who came to my rescue (thanks Aunt Nikki) and gave me a few hours of me time to "woooooooooooooo saaaaaaaaaaaaaaw" or cook us dinner (my sweet brother and sisteri n law). I'm not sure how I would have made it this far with out my family, especially with Sean going back to work. they've been a major help, especially my mom. She literally cooked and cleaned and burped, and anything else you can think of for an entire week. Because of the c-section I was really limited on what I could do at first. Honestly it really put me into a reality check of what all it took to be a parent this week.
I've been alone with Lani and didn't quite realize how much work was involved! doctor visits, round the clock feeding and diaper change, sleep deprivation. don't get me wrong I'm grateful for every minute of the last two weeks, but i have a whole new appreciation of my parents!!
SO THANK YOU RENTS FOR RAISING ME!!!