Its not even that I'm running around with a toddler (or almost toddler..haha). Because our apartment is tiny so its pretty easy to watch her.
I'm just tired ALL THE TIME.
Like I'll go to bed with her between 9-10. Sleep 12 hours (usually up for a maximum of a half an hour each night nursing her, though the last two nights its been every two hours for 30 minutes each x_x), then nap for another 3 hours.
All I want to do is sleep.
We wake up and I can't wait for nap time. Then after nap time I can't wait for bed time.
Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:29 pm
OMG, hang in there!! This new child will be energetic 3noddingcool
They have you on horse pill vitamins? You might want to start eating an egg and some spinach leaves. Don't forget taurine-rich foods! Of course, I'm no doctor, but I believe babies need taurine... Congrats anyways!
Posted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:19 pm
I take a prenatal. And no babies don't need taurine. The main thing a developing baby needs is folic acid. Most of the other vitamins and minerals are for the mom.
Aw! I hope to have children someday... My girlfriend, Ame, and I are a bit scared of physical intimacy (the idea of kissing still gives me shivers), but we look forward to the married life. Congratulations on having a child! You are a mother!
Mama Ame Vice Captain
Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 3:08 pm
KeilovesMizuho: I'm sure it'll work out. This is my second smile
Posted: Fri Apr 20, 2012 7:41 am
At first, I was thinking that you're going to need some coffee. But then, I realized that you're pregnant. Oopsie! cat_sweatdrop
You need a lot of energy to keep up with your little one, but you also need to take it easy since you have your other baby on the way. Hmmm... how does one get more energy without damaging the unborn baby's system? cat_ninja This one's tricky for me... I think you'll need an expert on this. cat_neutral