how do I handle being overwhelmed

Eden - posted on 04/07/2014 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I just had a baby a lil over a month n became a stay at home mom n its very overwhelming, i feel like I never even have time to pee, or get to eat or sleep, any advice on how to do deal with the transition?

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Eden - posted on 04/09/2014

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Thank you :-)
Good to know ill eventually get a full nights rest again. But boy oh boy lol aside from the sleeping ur makeing it sound like this is the easy part. But u also make it sound great, i have a daughter too n i i think it will be fun (sometimes) with her when she gets older.

VG - posted on 04/08/2014

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Yes I do get full night sleep and some times afternoon nap as well. Every child is different. mine is cranky one. Now that she is two and I do enjoy her company. She understand many things. but life is still not easy. I have to run after her to get certain things done (like make her finish her food, potty training, getting dressed up etc.) I don't want to discourage you but it's a fact.

I still ask for help from my close once. getting help from someone is very very imp. you can ask someone to take care of your baby atleast for few ours or so you can take nap or a bath.

we can't do anything without some help (I mean we can do but it's tooo hectic) Hope you will get it help too :-)

Eden - posted on 04/08/2014

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Great lol ur daughter is two n u still have no time, at least tell me u can get a full nights sleep here n there, I feel the lack of sleep makes the rest that much harder.

VG - posted on 04/07/2014

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Hey dear,

I can understand how you feel. I have a two years old daughter and I still don't get time for myself. get some help from your family members and or friends. I know how it's like to be alone.

I take my husbands help. And I am lucky he is so cooperative.

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