Growing up, I was very lucky because I was comfortable with my body image. I never had an issue with weight and could eat almost everything that my heart desired without suffering the consequences. Thanks to my Asian genes, I’ve always been petite framed. However, after giving birth, my body has changed.
Going back to work is like going on a first date with someone you’ve dated before. It’s like you haven’t seen this person in a long time and so much has happened in-between! I have so many mixed emotions. One minute I was overly excited to be restarting my career again, the next I’m crying because I miss my daughter!
I probably spent as much time thinking about sex after birth as when I lost my virginity. I spent many hours thinking whether it’d hurt, whether it’d be the same and whether I’d recover from my birth. I felt like sex after birth was a pretty big deal!
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We didn’t really think about how having children will affect our relationship. We were just really excited. In fact, all my relationships with everyone around me have changed. I’ve learnt to appreciate my parents more, love my sister more and fight with my hubby way more than we used to! Continue reading “Our Marriage Has Changed”
Before I started this blog, I promised myself 2 things:
1. Always write from the heart (sorry that sounds a bit corny)
2. Post at least once a week even if I’m sleep deprived and super busy.