I am a new mom to a wonderful and perfect baby boy. I am 28 years old and did not plan this pregnancy. In fact, I had him after my doctor said I would never have children and had two miscarriages. I truly believe he is a miracle and so perfect. He is already sleeping through the night at only three months. He was rolling over at three weeks and sitting up by seven weeks. Every night, when I put him to bed I go to sleep with this nagging fear that something is going to go horribly wrong, like I'll wake up and it will have been a dream or something worse. I am happy every moment with him but I can't stop the fear from coming back every night after he's asleep. Do I need to see someone or is this a normal thing that will pass?
I think a small amount of fear is totally normal. Especially after all you've been through. I've had 2 healthy babies and I'm getting ready for baby number 3 and I still feel the same fear I felt when they were first born. I can't even imagine what I would be like if I had been through what you have. I think the biggest thing I would worry about would be "this is too good to be true". It's not. Your child is doing awesome and obviously everything is fine. Crap happens but maybe you should let yourself enjoy your child and not worry so much. You deserve it babe.
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