Yes. I cried for 2 weeks after I had my son. Sometimes it seemed ridiculous and stupid the things I was crying over. Your body is still adjusting and your hormones are still out of whack. Trust me you can make it. :) congrats on your baby. Hope things get better for you. Feel free to message if you just need to talk.
Oh yes...so normal! You have lots of hormones trying to work themselves out. Not to mention, becoming a Mother is such an amazing journey! You are in love and exhausted, so cry your eyes out. It doesn't mean sadness. So don't worry about how it appears and just let it flow. You will be feeling more balanced as time goes on.
Yup. Totally normal, it help relief the anxiety and stress. I cried everyday for the first two weeks after my lo was born. In fact I had a break down right infront of her pedi, poor doctor keep telling me you're doing great, look at this beautiful baby. I really know how to make a great first impression. And my LO pooped while the doctor was holding her. Great way to said hi. Like mother like daughter I guess. Lol.
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