My children are getting older, they are 15 and 16 now, and it comes with more worries.
The worry of alcohol fuelled parties and nights out, going in cars, it terrifies me! I have to let them be themselves and express themselves and trust that what I have taught them along the way is enough to safeguard them.
My biggest fear right now is loosing another child, it always has been if I’m honest. The moment I had another baby in my arms the fear became so real.
All I can do is support and advise the rest is up to them. Its a fear like no other…
I’ve been quiet recently I know, but this lockdown business continues here in Wales.
It’s not been an easy time, and I’ve been on a bit of a roller-coaster. You see when your a busy busy person like I am, being at home 24 hours a day isn’t good. Don’t get me wrong I’m still working and volunteering, but being in these four walls has proved quite difficult.
I’ve had time to address some more renovation on the house, but also to revisit some of my own issues. That’s right I’m not perfect😂. I know people see me as some of the words I’ve heard, superwoman, Jack of all trades remarkable etc, but although I am strong I’m not perfect. My experiences have left their mark on me, I’m not invincible.
I’m looking forward to go back to work, although I’m working from home, it’s not the same. It’s my guilty pleasure going to work I think. It’s the only place I can be me and not mum.
Anyway, I’m fine, doing OK, and actually acceptance comes into play again, accepting the situation we are in, and accepting that I am doing an OK job at it. Doing the best I can 👌
I still have things that are holding me back in life.
I over react, I find it difficult to rationalise things, but these I know are a direct result of the trauma I have faced in my life. So instead I regularly have to take time out to think and put things in perspective.
One thing that is really bugging me at the moment is that I cry, whenever I am in a 1-1meeting or at the doctors and the focus is on me.
I really wish I didn’t do this….. I feel it gives people the wrong impression of who I am. At the doctors it’s always been, maybe you need anti depressants to take the edge off!!… No I don’t, I don’t even know why I’m crying.
So my focus now is to try and resolve this……. Wish me luck, I’m going on a journey🤞😊❤️💙💔
So as my son is soon turning 16 in a couple of weeks I thought I would share with you how things were back then…..
4 years after losing my first son….. I found I was pregnant. Those four years were the most difficult of my life, I was lost, I put myself in harms way, I cried, I screamed, I shouted…..
Then I stumbled across the man that was going to change everything, he knew I needed looking after, and he did just that….. I became pregnant soon after.
I went into labour, it was so scary, the 9 months of pregnancy had been a constant worry…. They led me towards the room I gave birth to my first son……. I said please no….. They swiftly turned me around and took me to another room.
You were born perfect, the best behaved baby ever…… You bought sunshine to my life again…. I had so many sleepless nights worrying I would lose you too, and would check on you all the time.
Days, went to weeks to years and to this day you still bring sunshine into my life, your a teenager so you still make me scream a shout, but you’re worth it. But most of all to this day I still check on you in the night and worry about you. But I would not change you for the world. I’m so proud of you ❤️😊🌍