Be Yourself After Birth

Be Yourself After Birth a post from Alice Seuffert, Dining with Alice about embracing what makes you happy after birth. #parenting #moms #confidence

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For the full Be Yourself After Birth post, please visit Bonbon Break.
 Be Yourself After Birth a post from Alice Seuffert, Dining with Alice about embracing what makes you happy after birth. #parenting #moms #confidence
Leading up to my son’s birth, was exhausting, I felt like I was losing myself. My belly so swollen with my 11 lb child, I could barely walk and certainly could not see my feet. The moment my water broke, I got out of bed and started the process for preparing to leave for the hospital for my second child’s birth. I packed my belongings, made a music play list and then I took a shower, blow-dried and hot-rolled my hair.
 Be Yourself After Birth a post from Alice Seuffert, Dining with Alice about embracing what makes you happy after birth. #parenting #moms #confidence
Yes, I hot rolled my hair.
I was excited about becoming a mom to my son but I was also eager to feel like I was myself again, put on normal shoes, and wear something new. Doing my hair and wearing new clothes wasn’t for anyone else-it was just for me, it made me happy.
Be Yourself After Birth a post from Alice Seuffert, Dining with Alice about embracing what makes you happy after birth. #parenting #moms #confidence
When the news the royal baby had arrived, women around the globe were quick to comment on her appearance and use their own birth experience as an expectation for how the Duchess had experienced her birth.  For my thoughts and my own experience, please go to Bonbon Break for the full Be Yourself After Birth post.
Be Yourself After Birth a post from Alice Seuffert, Dining with Alice about embracing what makes you happy after birth. #parenting #moms #confidence

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  1. Alice…congratulations on your new little boy.
    When I tuned in to TCL today there you were glowing. I did not realize you just had a baby until I popped over to your blog.

    I love being the mom to two now grown sons. Nothing warms the heart more.
    Wishing you many blessings.

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