I never really enjoyed writing. There was nothing that interested me enough to actually take the time to put my thoughts onto paper until I became a mom. Becoming a mom has changed my life in so many ways. I used to thrive on talking to people about being a teacher. That was the one thing I was comfortable and familiar discussing with others. Now, I am a mom, and this was unfamiliar to me because no one knows what it takes until you are one.
Instead of spending my nights lesson planning, I spend my nights playing with my baby, Frankie. I also spend a lot of time researching everything from breastfeeding versus formula feeding to baby toys.
When I was pregnant, everyone had an opinion and gave me advice. The best advice that my husband and I received was to do what is best for you and your baby. I remember this daily as I raise my child.