A friend of mine posted this in our mommy group the other day and it's a really good read. It is 100% of what the truth really is & even if you have 1, 2, 3 or 4 babies- you should read this.
A few quotes out of it that I really love:
"My dear, it is hard. You’re not being a wuss or a whiner when you feel like your life is hard."
"Some of the difficulties were just practical: I didn’t know what I was doing, had to learn everything. People pushed me around because I was young and inexperienced. But even worse were the emotional struggles of learning to be a mother."
"When I had only one child, I truly suffered during those long, long, long days in our little apartment, no one but the two of us, baby and me, dealing with each other all day long. I invented errands and dawdled and took the long way home, but still had hours and hours to fill before I would hear my husband’s key in the door."
"My husband didn’t know how to help me. I didn’t know how to ask for help. My husband had become a father, and I adored him for it. My husband got to leave the house every day, and sleep every night. He got to go to the bathroom alone. I hated him for it."
Doesn't this just speak volumes? I'm pretty sure we've all felt that way one day or another. It's hard, tiring, draining & challenging, but there is no other way I'd love for my life to be right now.