Re: Mixed feelings?
It depends on your situation, really. Does your DH help out with the babies and housework? Does he make sure you get a break sometimes? Is he expecting you to 'do it all' or is that a pressure you're putting on yourself?
Originally Posted by @llli*mtryingtodoitall
The first few months after having a second baby can be very trying for a mother, at least it was for me. Dealing with a newborn on top of a toddler whose world has been totally shaken up and then going back to work on top of it all. It may be too soon for you to feel like you are settled into the new family dynamic. And three month old babies are still very demanding as far as needing to nurse frequently. It's hard to find 'alone' time. Which is not to say you can't start looking for the opportunity if you're feeling like your husband needs a little extra attention. You might not find the time to get it on, but taking a minute to give a hug and a kiss or say I love you can sometimes make a difference. But he's also a grown man and should understand that at this age, the kids are going to take precedence. He can wait for his needs to be met, they can't (especially the baby).
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