I’m not trained in being a mom. And when I write these posts I feel pretty undereducated. I’m professionally trained in disordered eating recovery and improving body image…so I feel competent when I write those posts. But there’s no training for being a mom. I’ve got 15 weeks of experience and that’s it.
I’m not a fan of people who write about things they don’t know anything about, so with mom stuff I share I’m just sharing my experience…not saying I’m doing anything the right way or the way you should do it.
Sometimes I think I overcomplicated everything in my life by overanalyzing it. And for me, having a blog makes me overanalyze what I’m doing more because I know I’m going to get feedback and I want to make sure what I’m doing is right for me, my values, and my family and that I’m ready for that feedback. Sometimes I think I overcomplicate things by overanalyzing them so much. And sometimes I really love that part of me. And other times I overanalyze the overanalyzing lol.
Onto mom life…