Nobody told me that not all babies are the same-Cynthia Chimarame-Iwueke

Mother&child Cynthia Chimarame-Iwueke

Our Fabmum spotlight of the week, is the beautiful Mrs. Cynthia Chimarame-Iwueke. She is a first-time mum whose daughter just turned one. She shares some hard truths and her motherhood experience with the Fabmum team. We are sure that you will learn a thing or two from her . Please read her story below

What are some of the things nobody taught you or told you about motherhood?

Nobody told me that breastfeeding can be painful sometimes and quite tough. I didn’t know that breastmilk can take more than 2 days or more before coming out and that your  baby will have to suck it until it starts flowing . Nobody told me that all babies are not the same.
The beautiful birthday girl
How do create time for your husband as a young first-time mum?
Spending quality time with my husband has been  really difficult for me because I have no househelp or any relative to stay with my baby. So, sometimes I have to sacrifice going to bed early in order to spend time  with my husband. And if we want to go out on dates we go together as a family. But in all, I make good use her my baby’s nap time to  do anything I want to do.
Cynthia Chimarame-Iwueke and daughter
What do you think are the common mistakes most young mums or first-time mums make?
We forget to put extra diaper or clothes sometimes when going out so my advice is to  always pack your babies bag first. As first-time mums, we always try to be perfect with our roles as mothers. But, in  the  long run we get depressed and begin to feel that we cant take care of our baby and husband. So, my  advice is take each process step by step  and try to enjoy  the process because no mother is perfect. Finally is not every advice one should listen to whatever you are not sure of ask your doctor or your mother .
As first-time mums we always try to be perfect with our roles as mothers. But, in  the  long run we get depressed and begin to feel that we cant take care of our baby and husband. So, my  advice is take each process step by step  and try to enjoy  the process because no mother is perfect. Finally is not every advice one should listen to whatever you are not sure of ask your doctor or your mother .
We hope you loved every bit of this interview? Will you love to share your motherhood experience with our readers? Do send us an email at fabmumng@gmail.com
Before you go, we think you will equally love to read this beautiful interview with yet another Fabulous Naija Mum

 

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