How old is your baby. I felt that way for a couple weeks after my baby was born and then it started again when my baby was 10 weeks. I think it's really common but if it continues then maybe you should talk to your dr. One thing that helped me was I made it a point to get out of the house frequently even if it was just to the grocery store or to starbucks. Just getting up and dressed and having something to do made me feel better.
Think of how much your hormones changed in those first weeks of pregnancy. Now they are shifting a bunch again. Not to mention I'm sure there is some sleep deprivation at play and cool gloomy weather depending on where you live. Trying to get out of the house is a good mood booster. Get a girlfriend to go for dinner or bum around the mall.
Thnx everyone yea i need to get out more its so cold here though which keeps me home. I go back to school monday which im dreading cause i dont want to leave my baby. I love being a mom its been great. She really is a good baby
We're doing good. I went back to work. Only part time for a month or two. It was really hard leaving my baby that first day but it was good to be back. I missed everyone while I was out and I really do love my job.
Are your hormones still adjusting to not being pregnant ? Sorry if that question sound a lil missed informed im just curious bc I care about nothing when im pregnant and my body right now is used to being pregnant so idk if that carries over after the baby....but ya get up and do something and u have this precious gift also that im soo jealous lol I want to see my baby soo bad ughh 77 more days
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