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I think most people understand parents when they share how parenting is difficult, if they are dealing with multiples (twins, triplets, ore more), a child that was born premature, with special needs, to a single parent, etc. But what about when your baby was born healthy, on time, generally behaves like a typical baby, and you still find parenting grueling and less than ideal?

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Happy new year folks! Juli here, your friendly-overzealous-Wine-Lady-mom-of-four. So guys, I have a problem. I’m falling apart here. Like, my body has had a cold from boxing day and I can’t shake it.

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During the last year I’ve had a good amount of revelations about what I want to do and who I want to be.

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Prior to having children, I envisioned myself as a working mother. I really enjoyed working and when I became pregnant with my first son, I knew (or thought I knew) that I would have no issues returning to the work following maternity leave. I mean, I’ve seen other parents in the office return from maternity/parental leave. They all seemed to adjust fine; still staying on top of their workload and tasks at home.

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My journey to get to motherhood was not easy. As soon as we were married, we wanted to have a baby. I was 25. I was young, “healthy” and eager to join motherhood. Well, the Universe had other plans

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