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New Beginnings...

March 22, 2016

Just as I'm finishing work for my maternity leave at 38 weeks. It's revealed that in the new year we will be given our redundancies at work.  I didn't feel worried, in fact I haven't felt worried since then. I said to myself, "your having a baby anytime now you can worry about anything like this".  Thanks to Hypnobirthing I think this made it a little easier because I was focussing on the imminent birth of my baby as well as spending the next 2 weeks enjoying Christmas with my family. Christmas and new year came and went, kids went back to school and my hypno baby arrived 6th January 2016. It was after this I knew I had to become a Hypnobirthing practitioner and share this with other couples out there, share the fact that birth is immensely powerful and amazing if you want it to be, if you want to be relaxed, focussed and feel love throughout. So that is what I set out to to, as well as this I knew to complement this would be if I trained to be a Doula. So I explored all the different courses and booked onto them by the middle of February. I have been exploring lots of different angles that I want to take in my business and I'm really excited.  However, I have to keep reminding myself I have a baby who as I'm writing this is only 10 weeks old as well as having my 3 other children. It is amazing to have the buzz, motivation and commitment to my own business but I have learnt that this cannot be to the detriment of my baby not feeling her attachment and me being available for this to happen. My business is to run as a child friendly environment, so where possible my children will be part of what I do. It's nerve racking to think about who will want my service but I believe in myself and my ability to learn and grow which I am doing. I am going to get my baby carrier out the loft so I can have my baby attached to me as I'm growing my business.  I suppose the point I'm trying to make is......that just because I am a mom of 4 children (1 being a tiny person) doesn't mean I cant have aspirations, but it does mean I need to consider my babies in the plans and decisions that I make, if I do that my children won't miss out and my business will boom. Love to all who have taken the time to read my blog. Xx



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