Agree with above. My post natal depression was really hard and my baby had dairy allergy and food so it was a tough road until i knew what she could eat and what not, what cream worked etc. As she got older she got more independent and i did lots of reading trying to prepare for tantrums and how to deal with them as i wanted" terrible 2os" to pass as smooth as possible. Once we did that i loved being a mum more. I find baby stage very challenging so i understand where ure coming from. Hang in there! 💕
I think the first child and the first year is always the hardest. Motherhood slaps you in the face and you don't even expect it. My first year of motherhood, I suffered ppd which really turned my experience upside down. I think it gets better as they become more independent. My daughter is now 2.5 years old and I'm pregnant with my second. I wouldn't say it's a walk in the park now. There are days when my daughter has tantrums and tests my patience..but she's more independent now and has more of a personality. Plus when the second baby arrives, you already know what to expect. Hang on in there. Motherhood is so very hard but pay attention more to the positive things; instead of focusing on your babies tantrums, focus on their achievements or their kisses and cuddles. Good luck!
Ive got 2 currently. I found it hard at the begining adjusting but in the end they can entertain eachother sometimes to give you a break. Im now pregnant with my 3rd