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What Everyone Tries to Tell You About Becoming a New Parent

It’s a gradual, not sudden, change in identity

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It was March 20th, 2021, and I’d just peed on a stick. My husband was recording a video at my request — I didn’t actually think I was pregnant, but I suggested he record just in case. We have that moment to look back on forever now.




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Kim G.

Kim G.

Enjoy content on travel, parenting, yoga & mental health/mindfulness, with some fictional stories sprinkled in. I appreciate my readers ❤️

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