Convincing Myself to Be a Happy, Confident, Present Mama

As a first time mom, my labor and delivery was great … and then we got home. 
I sobbed the entire first night. 
From then on, I wouldn’t get into photos because I didn’t like my new body. I panicked at every cry. I was once so sleep deprived that I thought I lost the baby in the bed; he was safe asleep in his bed all along. I created an oversupply with my breastmilk that caused my baby to projectile vomit every time I nursed, simply because everyone on the planet seemed to think they had a low supply. So I did what they did. 

I’m sharing how I have become a more happy, present, and confident mother this time around, over on the Lafayette Mom’s Blog. I’d so love for you to head over there and read all about how I've worked to change my thought process in motherhood (and I'd love it if you left a comment) .