It’s been a few months since I’ve taken the baby steps, but I’m happy to say that I’m finally starting to feel like a real mom.
A month after my son was born, my husband and I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area for my new job, and I’ve been living with my new baby.
It feels good to finally be a parent, but my husband has never been one to let me down.
He says that I should have expected a better result if I went with him to his doctor appointments, and when I first arrived, he thought I was an incompetent mom.
But I’m not.
It was all about the baby.
I had to make sure that he had the proper medications, he was getting enough sleep, and he was well fed and hydrated.
After he came home from the hospital, I realized that I had a lot more to learn about my body, and what my body needed.
And with my husband’s support, I’m taking the next steps to become a mom.
I’ve always been a mommy with a baby in my life, so it’s really exciting to finally have him.
The first step is to learn how to put on a test.
I’m doing this by taking a test every day and keeping a diary to track the results.
Every week I have a list of things that I need to change, and on the last day I ask myself, “Am I really going to be able to do this?”
I know that I’ll get the answer, and that’s why I’m using a test-driven development model.
The process of creating the test is pretty simple.
I ask my husband to come in with me, and we put on an IEP (instructions to birth) and take a test together.
It takes about 30 minutes, but after the first two tests, I feel like I can do it.
We can discuss what to do next, and if it’s a good fit for the baby, we can even give him a reward for being a good mom.
It’s a great way to get started on the journey of becoming a healthy, happy mom.
And if it does turn out that it’s not working, we just make sure to do it again and again until we get a result.
If you’re looking for more tips and advice on how to get the most out of pregnancy and your baby, check out my book, The Baby Development Book.