So it’s a Tuesday evening, I’m sat in front of the fire with a much needed glass of wine thinking what do I write? Lets start with who I am… So it’s quite obvious that I’m a young mum, I was 18 when I fell pregnant and let’s be honest, whatever age you are there is this whole rush of emotion that goes with it. I remember crying then laughing as if it wasn’t real to then thinking s*** my parents!! (maybe this feeling isn’t the same for everyone aha)!!! My daughter is nearly two and gosh don’t I know it! Don’t get me wrong, I love being a mummy and would do anything for her but I think I’m reaching the point of wanting to cry on the floor with her hence the much needed glass (or two bottles) of wine tonight but lets save the exciting topic of ‘terrible twos’ for another post…
I’ve never done anything like this before so I have no idea what I’m doing so like my parenting I’m just going to wing it. I decided to start a blog because there is a lot of negativity around being a young mum like myself and I have come across it so I thought if I just type away it could be some sort of of release maybe? I don’t even know if anyone will read this blog but everyone experiences parenthood in such a different way so why not just write down how my journey is going or it could just be a lot of rubbish but never know until you try!
I don’t want to go on in my first post as it wouldn’t be ideal running out of things to say nor do I want to bore anyone but this is the start and I’m excited to see how things go…
I’m not going to sit here and wax lyrical about my parenting skills because it’s pretty average, I make many parenting mistakes each day and as I’ve said I’m winging the whole thing and nearly 2 years in I still haven’t got a clue what I’m doing so don’t expect any amazing parenting tips aha! Suffice to say, while i do have lots of support, i am responsible for a little person and while there is a lot of joy it can also be very daunting, definitely a life changer!
Think that’s all my brain can manage at this time in the evening, lets see where I go from here..
Stereotypical teen mum x