Motherhood is challenging first-time mothers in many ways, whether we talk about it online or not. I prefer to keep being positive for the sake of my child, hence whatever mountain I find my way I learn how to surpass it together, as a family, with my husband and child by my side.
Before you start making these, please make sure your baby tolerates the ingredients and you’ve already introduced him/her to cow’s milk. Also, you could, if you wish, to change the cow’s milk with a nut milk that you’ve cold pressed at home. Do not use store-bought nut milks please.
I have encountered numerous advices issued by different countries against this, and not only that, but paediatricians and scientific studies that advice the exact opposite as gluten intolerance was found to happen more frequently for those starting this early with gluten.
We’re constantly told that having a child is OH so expensive!, but what does it really take to have a baby? I am coming here with my own experience, living in Sweden, where we gladly receive free medical service so that is already off the list. But what does a baby really needs? Each baby is different hence do not expect to being able to follow this list religiously, but I thought it would be interesting to write down what Astrid needs for her every day wellbeing especially for the followers that do not have a baby yet and are looking into the possibility of starting a family.
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Yey! I made it to the third trimester and I am only 60 something days away from seeing the face of a cute little angel made out of love and fat rolls (probably).
As it was a planned pregnancy, I was not taken by surprise actually (the only surprise was that it happened right away), so I was not stressed about what was going to come. I just took it as it came indeed – bloating, little food sensitivities and not much at the beginning. I didn’t want to waste money on unnecessary things either that you see being advertised all the time ”for pregnant women”.