I've been writing off and on for years; I write short stories, scripts, and blogs. I can't think of anything more relaxing than writing. I also do graphic design.
Making breastmilk is a lot harder than it looks!
This blog is about my experience with breastfeeding. And I got to say it has its ups and downs. And you know what, it is worth it for that little cutie that suckles and is coeing the whole time. Yes, breastfeeding can be exhausting because you fall asleep; I recommend sitting in a rocking chair and using a boppy so you won’t get tired,
My first childbirth was scary
I have seen a lot of films where the women give birth, and show emotional bonding with their baby. And the audiences see time fast forward of the baby growing up…and blah blah blah. Well, I just had my first baby but it wasn’t like the movies in fact it felt like I was traumatized, I didn’t have a normal birthing process, this was due to me being 40 years old, and developing Pre-eclampsia. In case you didn’t what it is, “Pre-eclampsia is a complication of pregnancy. With preeclampsia, you might have high blood pressure, high levels of protein in urine that indicate kidney damage (proteinuria), or other signs of organ damage. Preeclampsia usually begins after 20 weeks of pregnancy in women whose blood pressure had previously been in the standard range.” I got this information from https://www.mayoclinic.org/ click the link below to read more about it.
A date dream
Candles are lit in the room; I take off my boxer briefs and lay flat on my stomach on the bed. It is a typical routine that I could do in my sleep; literally, I am in a dream, and the invention belongs to my dick-head ex-boyfriend Tim, great guy sweet blah blah…except in this world he isn't human he is a naga (half-human from the torso up, and half anaconda from the torso down.
My brother's alcoholic problem made him into a monster.
It is natural for humans to want to help, and that's what we did for my brother. When we are young we are taught that siblings need to be there for each other and support each other. But what if the sibling, whom you are helping is an alcoholic, drug-addict, and is not only going through mental issues but also prevented from going to jail. This happen to my brother (I don‘t want to use his name, so I will call him 39 because of his age, at the time) For six months 39 stayed at our house because he was homeless. He lived rent-free, he slept on the couch, We were trying to help him get back on his feet. Everything was ok the first couple of months; 39 got 2 jobs he was making his payments on his court dates, doing his mandatory community service on time, going to AA (Alcohol Anonymous), and helping out around the house. I thought 39 was going the right path, but slowly he was going back to his old ways, it was like he couldn’t get his demons to leave him alone.