Why You Should Not Feel Guilty If You Don’t Love Your Child at Birth

I did not love my son when he was born. There were no internal fireworks or choruses of angels to signify that this child, this tiny infant, would be the subject of my unadulterated love. He felt like nothing more than a stranger. This sensation, this absence of undying love for the child that had … Continue reading Why You Should Not Feel Guilty If You Don’t Love Your Child at Birth

Anxiety and a Tiny Baby: Questioning If My Baby is “Normal”

Moms who overthink like me, the struggle is real. I know some of the struggles mothers face are probably universal, but there are times when those of us that tend to think compulsively are tormented by questions pertaining to the health and happiness of our children. Is my child eating enough? Does my child's cough … Continue reading Anxiety and a Tiny Baby: Questioning If My Baby is “Normal”