Who is Son of a Brunette? Part I

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First blog post I created this blog because I love my boys more than anything, but lets be honest, on most days they drive me bat shit crazy!  I wanted a healthy outlet to talk about my real life and #momlife in general.

Real life started for me when I became pregnant with my first son in 2012, he was born in June of 2013.  It was love at first sight, I had no idea that I could love anyone or anything that much. In one month of having my oldest, we found out my mom had a glioblastoma, and was given less than a year to live. I went back to work only 4 weeks postpartum, very big mistake mentally and physically for me. By the end of August I had developed pneumonia and was put in the hospital with chest tubes for 8 days.

Afterwards, I went back to trying to be the, “perfect mommy.” I never asked for help, with anything. I attempted to raise a baby, work part-time, workout, be with my momma through chemo, all the while trying to develop a relationship with my soon to be husband.

Fast forward 14 months and I am pregnant with our second son. Things had finally started to smooth out until my momma died when I was 6 months pregnant. I was with her when she passed, and I was able to hold her hand when she took her last breath, and for that I am eternally grateful.

Losing my momma is another blog for another day. I certainly missed out on any momma help after having babies, but knowing she is no longer suffering, that helps me sleep at night.

Check out part II for more on this hot mess I call, my life! Yes, 4 years packed into 2 blog posts…About

 

2 thoughts on “Who is Son of a Brunette? Part I

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for following The Comfortable Coop! I have to tell you I’m just shocked that you’re sarcastic! I am never sarcastic. I’m not prone to hyperbole (read my post on Spiders) and I’m always very, very serious. I think we’re going to get along great!
    I’m so sorry about your momma. I was 35 when my mama died and I know how hard it is to lost that incredibly important person in your life. And, oh my gosh! Chest tubes?! You poor baby!

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