I just read a posting on their site called "Love every OTHER minute". This post is about a book of short essays called Mother Shock: Loving Every (Other) Minute of It.
From Rookie Moms blog: "The essay I liked the most in the book is the piece from where the author drew the subtitle “Loving Every (Other) Minute of It”. She explains that when people ask new mothers how they like motherhood, we feel obligated to say “Oh, I love every minute of it.” She provides examples of minutes you might not love and encourages you to make your own list."
So I have been thinking about what would be on my list and this is what I came up with:
1."Knowing" my baby's schedule (I thought "this" is going to be her schedule and then the next day it changes)
2. Having to be there ALL the time to feed her, since she never took a bottle
3. Late nights (I am not a night person) and sleepless nights
4. Going to Borders for coffee and quiet reading just isn't the same
5. How many poopy diapers can we have in one day?!
Leave a comment and let me know some of the things that would be on your list.