It was at that time when I started to realize I need more hands than just two, when I started wanting to do other things while carrying our baby girl Tala around. Mundane stuff like fold her clothes, fix her sleeping area, eat with two hands, go on a walk outside, and perhaps even go to the mall.
Motherhood has been preoccupying me ever since our baby was born. I do not mean this in a bad way, I am just stating this as a matter of fact. After all, my most favorite hat to wear lately—among my many hats, for we all wear many hats in one lifetime—is the one that says “Mommy”.
A baby’s deep sleep is heaven for parents, as most would probably agree. Hitting two birds with one stone, it gives our baby the much-needed “brain care” as our pediatrician calls it; AND, it gives the parents some equally much-needed time to perhaps take a bath or eat or rest.
I really think first-time moms should have at least 6 hands! I need one for holding my baby’s head. And one for holding her back and butt. Also one for holding my breast where she nurses. Another for holding the milk container for catching the drip from the other breast. The fifth hand is for… Continue reading Six Hands